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PWM generator circuit

This circuit utilizes a triangle wave generator and comparator to generate a 
500 kHz pulse-width modulated (PWM) waveform with a duty cycle that is 
inversely proportional to the input voltage. An op amp and comparator 
generate a triangle waveform which is applied to the inverting input of a 
second comparator. The input voltage is applied to the non-inverting input of 
this second comparator. By comparing the input waveform to the triangle wave, 
a PWM waveform is produced. The second comparator is placed in the feedback 
loop of an error amplifier to improve the accuracy and linearity of the 
output waveform.

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