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At 06:30 PM 11/17/00 +0000, Bob Blick wrote:
>You should have no problems. Andy already mentioned subtracting the ~3 to
>10 pF load of the HC4040 from your load capacitor.
>
>I'd also like to add the maximum frequency limit of the HC4040 is around
>20 MHz, they get real flaky real fast when you hit their limit.

Can you spell "non-deterministic"? :)

We hit this using a 4040 in the bit clock generator for a thermal dot printer.
Had to back it down a bit.

The CD4040 was hilarous.
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