Monitoring internal clock?
Harold M Hallikainen email (remove spam text)
On Thu, 12 Sep 2002 21:44:50 +0200
<PAC.ERICSSON.SE> writes: Jan-erik.Soderholm
I agree. The only way to determine the speed of the clock is to compare
it with a stable external reference. If you have a stable external
reference, you may as well just use it as the clock! You have a variety
of clock options available on the PIC, allowing you to balance clock
accuracy against cost. These include (pretty much in order of increasing
cost and increasing accuracy):
precision external oscillator (ovenized or temperature compensated)
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