I recommend you to use Processor Expert (PEx). While creating your project add the PEx support and then add a PWM_LDD component which configures a FTM instance to generate a PWM signal.
Please take a look into the thread below to have a clearer view about this component:
Re: How to configure multiple PWM outputs using FRDM-KE06Z and CW 10.6.4
If you have any doubt don't hesitate in contact me.
Thanks for answer. I'm starting some projects with FRDM-KE06Z board and microcontrollers to 32-bit. I'm doing a project in which I need to control through a CAN message the duty cycle of a PWM signal. Can you help me?
I can help you with the PWM signal generation, however, being honest I don't have much experience in CAN so I recommend you to create a new thread regarding the CAN help.
If you decide to work with Processor Expert, it provides an API to change the PWM Duty Cycle which can be called when a CAN message is received so it shouldn't be a problem to work in this way.
If you have any other doubt regarding the PWM generation please don't hesitate in contact me.
I created a new project in CodeWarrior with processor expert and I did how the example that you sent me. But it did not worked. I want read the PWM signal into a output pin of the board FRDM-KE06z on an oscilloscope.
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