Generating variable frequency square waves
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Extra h.w. is probably ok for some. Am enclosing the PLL ckt
Jinx sent me offlist - I imagine he won't mind -[am sure it
came out of a book anyways - say what, J ???].
Another 1-chip solution came to mind. A Scenix running at 50
Mhz could probably handle a "finely-tuned" VP [virtual peripheral]
that could both generate two square-waves to 1 Mhz and also perform
RS-232 simultaneously, without burping the square-waves.
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