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1999\11\09@102316 by erto Fonseca Iannini

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Does anyone know an IC that perform an "byte controlled oscillator"?
Such IC must have to work like this: -I send an string and it start to
generate an square wave with frequency proportional to the byte (or
word) value.

See you,

Beto.

1999\11\09@102528 by Harrison Cooper

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look at Cypress....ICD2051 might work for you

1999\11\09@104742 by Dag Bakken

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A PICmicro w/ PWM may do the trick
-DS


Tuesday, November 09, 1999, 4:19:16 PM, you wrote:

RFI> Does anyone know an IC that perform an "byte controlled oscillator"?
RFI> Such IC must have to work like this: -I send an string and it start to
RFI> generate an square wave with frequency proportional to the byte (or
RFI> word) value.

RFI> See you,

RFI> Beto.

Hi, my name is Any Key. Please don't hit me!

1999\11\09@104949 by erto Fonseca Iannini

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too much fast...
I'm looking for ranging from 1Hz to 1kHz in 1Hz steps. Thanks. If you
have another hint, tell me.

Harrison Cooper wrote:

> look at Cypress....ICD2051 might work for you

1999\11\09@112531 by JP.BROWN

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Try looking at the:

Kinseki XC307 programable oscillator (8 pin dip).
3 bits to set divide ratio and 1 bit to turn osc. on/off.
There is a whole family of these devices.


On Tue, 9 Nov 1999, Roberto Fonseca Iannini wrote:

> Does anyone know an IC that perform an "byte controlled oscillator"?
> Such IC must have to work like this: -I send an string and it start to
> generate an square wave with frequency proportional to the byte (or
> word) value.
>
> See you,
>
> Beto.
>

1999\11\09@121327 by Tom Handley

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  Roberto, take a look at Micro Linear's ML2035/2036. It provides a
sinewave to 50KHz. Requires a crystal or external clock. The interface
is serial (SPI-style). For more info, see:

     http://www.microlinear.com/

  - Tom

At 01:47 PM 11/9/99 -0200, Roberto Fonseca Iannini wrote:
>too much fast...
>I'm looking for ranging from 1Hz to 1kHz in 1Hz steps. Thanks. If you
>have another hint, tell me.
>
>Harrison Cooper wrote:
>
>> look at Cypress....ICD2051 might work for you


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1999\11\09@152944 by paulb

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Roberto Fonseca Iannini wrote:

> too much fast...
> I'm looking for ranging from 1Hz to 1kHz in 1Hz steps. Thanks. If you
> have another hint, tell me.

 Ok, did you realise this has already been covered in the last 12 hours
under the Subject: "Digital frequency generation" on this list?
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 Cheers,
       Paul B.

1999\11\09@234244 by Jim Paul

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Roberto,

If you're looking to control an oscillator with one byte
that gives you 256 possible combinations, but you
also say you want to go from 1 Hz to 1 Khz in 1 Hz steps.
This equates to 1000 steps or possible combinations.
This means you'll have to use two bytes.

                                                   Regards,

                                                       Jim
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From: Roberto Fonseca Iannini <spam_OUTroberto1TakeThisOuTspamLINKEXPRESS.COM.BR>
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Date: Tuesday, November 09, 1999 10:12 AM
Subject: Re: byte controlled oscillator


>too much fast...
>I'm looking for ranging from 1Hz to 1kHz in 1Hz steps. Thanks. If you
>have another hint, tell me.
>
>Harrison Cooper wrote:
>
>> look at Cypress....ICD2051 might work for you
>

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