/* Example: Generate 1 MHz clock signal with ESP32,  note 24.3.2020/pekka
   ESP32: LEDC peripheral can be used to generate clock signals between
   40 MHz (half of APB clock) and approximately 0.001 Hz.
   Please check the LEDC chapter in Technical Reference Manual.

   Example code below.
 include "driver/ledc.h"
 include "driver/periph_ctrl.h"
 void set_1MHz_clock_on_GPIO2(void)

   // Set up timer
   ledc_timer_config_t ledc_timer = {
     // We need clock, not PWM so 1 bit is enough.
     .duty_resolution = LEDC_TIMER_1_BIT,

     // Clock frequency, 1 MHz, high speed
     .freq_hz = 1000000,
     .speed_mode = LEDC_HIGH_SPEED_MODE,
     .timer_num = LEDC_TIMER_0,

     // I think not needed for new esp-idf software, try uncommenting
     // .clk_cfg = LEDC_USE_APB_CLK

   ledc_timer_config(&ledc_timer); // Set up GPIO PIN 

   ledc_channel_config_t channel_config = {
     .channel    = LEDC_CHANNEL_0,
     .duty       = 1,
     .gpio_num   = 2,                        // GPIO pin
     .speed_mode = LEDC_HIGH_SPEED_MODE,
     .timer_sel  = LEDC_TIMER_0 



Note about practical ESP32 limits:
– Maximum clock pulse frequency which can be generated by PWM code above should be 40MHz. I didn’t test it this high tough.
– Maximum pulse frequency which can be generated by timer interrupt is about 0.5MHz, although I would recommend using 250kHz as design top limit.

ESP32: 1 MHz clock signal to output pin