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'Programmable Crystal Oscilator'
1998\04\18@125157 by Ari Wahyudi

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Hi,
Anybody knows about programmable crystal?
It has 6 pin. I have one, but don't know how to use it.

Regards,
-ari-

1998\04\18@130652 by Michael Hagberg

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what's the part number? who makes it? goto their web site and download the
spec.

michael

-----Original Message-----
From: Ari Wahyudi <spam_OUTariTakeThisOuTspamELKA93.EE.ITB.AC.ID>
To: .....PICLISTKILLspamspam@spam@MITVMA.MIT.EDU <PICLISTspamKILLspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU>
Date: Saturday, April 18, 1998 11:52 AM
Subject: Programmable Crystal Oscilator


>Hi,
>Anybody knows about programmable crystal?
>It has 6 pin. I have one, but don't know how to use it.
>
>Regards,
>-ari-
>

1998\04\18@131447 by technova

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Ari Wahyudi wrote:
>
> Hi,
> Anybody knows about programmable crystal?
> It has 6 pin. I have one, but don't know how to use it.
>
> Regards,
> -ari-
What does it say on the surface of the chip / crystal ? Any brand names
or numbers?
regards Naresh

1998\04\19@225047 by Ari Wahyudi

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On Sat, 18 Apr 1998, Michael Hagberg wrote:
> what's the part number? who makes it? goto their web site and download the
> spec.
>
ya.. naresh ask the same question.
 Hmm.. actually there's no "programmable crystal" written on the surface
of the part.. It was on the container, it was part of image grabber from
dipix..
this's written on surface of the part :

 -----------------
 | F6053A    9606|
 |   .360-120MHZ |
 |               |
 |  *        FOX |
 -----------------

I've try http://www.fox.com , but surrely it's not contain what I
excpected..
Anybody can help?

Regards,
-ari-

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1998\04\19@232852 by Eric Smith

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Ari Wahyudi <EraseMEarispam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTELKA93.EE.ITB.AC.ID> wrote:

> Hmm.. actually there's no "programmable crystal" written on the surface
> of the part.. It was on the container, it was part of image grabber from
> dipix..
> this's written on surface of the part :
>
>   -----------------
>   | F6053A    9606|
>   |   .360-120MHZ |
>   |               |
>   |  *        FOX |
>   -----------------
>
> I've try http://www.fox.com , but surrely it's not contain what I
> excpected..

The web site doesn't have detailed data, but I was able to get them to fax
it to me.  There is a PC program for computing the bits to program it, but
I have not gotten it.

Fox claims the F6053A is discontinued and has no replacement, which is a
shame because it is a really nice part.

Eric

1998\04\20@095721 by Harrison Cooper
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               Someplace, I have the demo board and software for this.
Rep gave it to me a while back.  If anyone in the states is intererested
in aquiring this, let me know (by private mail)

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                               From:  Eric Smith
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                               Sent:  Sunday, April 19, 1998 9:23 PM
                               To:  @spam@PICLISTKILLspamspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU
                               Subject:  Re: Programmable Crystal
Oscilator

                       Ari Wahyudi <KILLspamariKILLspamspamELKA93.EE.ITB.AC.ID> wrote:

                       > Hmm.. actually there's no "programmable
crystal" written on the surface
                       > of the part.. It was on the container, it was
part of image grabber from
                       > dipix..
                       > this's written on surface of the part :
                       >
                       >   -----------------
                       >   | F6053A    9606|
                       >   |   .360-120MHZ |
                       >   |               |
                       >   |  *        FOX |
                       >   -----------------
                       >
                       > I've try http://www.fox.com , but surrely it's not
contain what I
                       > excpected..

                       The web site doesn't have detailed data, but I
was able to get them to fax
                       it to me.  There is a PC program for computing
the bits to program it, but
                       I have not gotten it.

                       Fox claims the F6053A is discontinued and has no
replacement, which is a
                       shame because it is a really nice part.

                       Eric

1998\04\20@105737 by Harold M Hallikainen

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       OK, That's an oscillator from Fox Electronics.  It is available
with an internal eeprom programmed to the frequency you want or can be
programmed "on the fly" through a serial port.  As I recall, it's
actually a PLL frequency synthesizer in a DIP package.  Really pretty
neat.  However, I've recently been a bit more impressed with the direct
digital synthesis (or numerically controller oscillator) chip available
from someone (Analog Devices, mayne...  I have a sample at work).

Harold



On Mon, 20 Apr 1998 07:54:49 -0600 Harrison Cooper <RemoveMEhcooperTakeThisOuTspamES.COM>
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1998\04\20@115446 by Rick Sherman

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Ari Wahyudi wrote:
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> On Sat, 18 Apr 1998, Michael Hagberg wrote:
> > what's the part number? who makes it? goto their web site and download the
> > spec.
> >
> ya.. naresh ask the same question.
>   Hmm.. actually there's no "programmable crystal" written on the surface
>

Check out Cypress Semi and look for the ICD2053. The Icd2053 is the IC
used in
the fox part and it's available much cheaper than the Fox part. We use
both parts
in several of our products. The Cypress part costs about $4. They can be
programmed
to go from 360KHz to over 120MHz.

Rick Sherman KM6TI
rickEraseMEspam.....vcc.com

1998\04\21@141445 by myke predko

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Rick Sherman Wrote:
>Check out Cypress Semi and look for the ICD2053. The Icd2053 is the IC
>used in...

Rick, Are you sure this is the correct Part Number?  I did a search of the
Cypress (http://www.cypress.com) and couldn't find it.

Thanx!

myke

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