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Thread: Using PIC oscillator output to drive divider?
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At 04:58 PM 11/17/00 -0500, Olin Lathrop wrote:
>> ... Sines have lots of even harmonics,
>
>A sine (or cosine) is a "pure" frequency which contains no harmonics by
>definition.


True, but if you've got a pic that outputs a pure sine, let me know, I want
to buy stock.

The osc drive circuits will give a distorted sine, that contains even
harmonics.

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