I would like to generate a sequence of pulses of varying lengths in the range of 0-100us, so that from the start of one pulse to the start of the next there is a delay of 100us. I have set up timer0 in CTC mode to trigger an interrupt every 100us.
In this interrupt, I would like to turn the appropriate pin high, read the length of the current pulse from an array, and then configure the timer in such a away that it turns the pin off as soon as the pulse length has elapsed (I am hoping that this is possible without using an interrupt for turning off the pin). It seems that the PWM functionality can do what I want, if I use the second output compare register.
In any case this seems possible using a secondary timer in PWM mode, but I'd like to know whether the same is possible using only a single timer. From what I've seen in the datasheets the answer seems no, but perhaps I am missing something.
Can a timer be used in both CTC (with output compare register A) and PWM modes (with output compare register B)?