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'Divide by 13 chip?'
2001\02\18@180547 by Bruce McMillan

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Hi all,
My uC async serial port doesn't provide the baud rate clock. I've got an IRDA
link that I want to run at 38.4k Baud, so the IRDA controller needs a 38.4k *
16 Hz clock. The most efficient solution might be to take the uC clock at 8MHz
and divide by 13. Does anyone know of a single chip solution to divide by 13?

Ta. bruce

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2001\02\18@182456 by David VanHorn

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>  Does anyone know of a single chip solution to divide by 13?


A programmed 8 pin AVR!  :)

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2001\02\18@201102 by Thomas C. Sefranek

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Bruce McMillan wrote:

> Hi all,
> My uC async serial port doesn't provide the baud rate clock. I've got an IRDA
> link that I want to run at 38.4k Baud, so the IRDA controller needs a 38.4k *
> 16 Hz clock. The most efficient solution might be to take the uC clock at 8MHz
> and divide by 13. Does anyone know of a single chip solution to divide by 13?
>
> Ta. bruce
>

Too easy, Think resettable/presettable counter.  (74HC161)

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2001\02\19@024726 by Vasile Surducan

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Any resetable counter from TTL/CMOS family will solve your requirement.
You just need to reset him at right moment.
Vasile


On Sun, 18 Feb 2001, Thomas C. Sefranek wrote:

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2001\02\19@025141 by Mitch Stein

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