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Spehro Pefhany wrote:
>At 03:02 PM 2/23/01 -0500, you wrote:
>>my timer/counter routines, I always use assembler, because
>>>then I know exactly how many clock cycles everything takes,
>>>and still the overhead is sometimes a problem - but then my routines
>>>use timer1 to measure up to 60 Mhz.
>>How do you measure 60MHz with a PIC?
>The baseline PICs will probably work up that frequency, at room
>temperature and with a square wave input. The data sheet says 50MHz
>for the PIC16C54C, for example, over the temperature range, as
>a "characterized but not tested" minimum. (Page 126).
Actually, this refers to the RTCC input. Timer1 is another matter,
as described in my other msg. However, it also appears to work
to that same frequency range.
- dan michaels
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