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2000\11\09@042800 by john darcy

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Hi all, I am a beginner with this stuff and need to
get a little project up and running quickly... I want
to output two clock signals of variable frequency
using a PIC16C74A. Thanks....John

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2000\11\09@061038 by Martin Hill

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Hi John,
 Sounds like a fun first project.  Let us know if you have any
problems with it.

Regards

Martin.

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2000\11\09@065112 by Scott Dattalo

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On Thu, 9 Nov 2000, john darcy wrote:

> Hi all, I am a beginner with this stuff and need to
> get a little project up and running quickly... I want
> to output two clock signals of variable frequency
> using a PIC16C74A. Thanks....John

Cool. So what's the question? I bet you've decided on phase accumulators and
just didn't want to tell us. You've probably also have seen the archives where
this has been discussed rather thoroughly from time to time and have picked the
most optimum solution for your application.

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