clock control system

clock control system

[′kläk kən′trōl ‚sis·təm]
(control systems)
A system in which a timing device is used to generate the control function. Also known as time-controlled system.
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This microcontroller is configured with three 16?bit timers, a high performance 12?bit ADC, a low?dropout regulator, a 3?channel DMA, and a unified clock control system. The microcontroller also has four Universal Serial Communications Interfaces (USCI), each of which are capable of supporting UART, IrDA encoder/decoder, I2C, and SPI serial protocols.