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CD MOTOROLA CDB
About CDB an oscillator section and 14 ripple-carry binary counter stages. Thread starter ikelectro Start date Nov 23, In this IC I’m using a datashheet And My Most needed frequency are 64 Hz and 65 Hz. I can easily get the 64 hz but can’t get the 65 Hz. It’ll be very helpful if you guys reply with your enormous experience. View attachment I need 65 Hz also If pulse spacing isn’t important you could inject an extra pulse every 64 pulses.
Or you could use a You dayasheet consider a binary Rate Multiplier such as the CD They can provide odd division ratios to generate arbitrary output frequencies from a fixed frequency input. Upon further reflection, I don’t think you can get there from here. To get an integer divider for both 64Hz and 65Hz means you would need a clock frequency of at least 4.
The closest value to Unfortunately I don’t believe any multiples of that are standard crystal frequencies. Use a micro like the CF or a PIC and program the output clock using the pre-load timer function.
Any frequency within reason you need. Anyway can you tell use why you need 65Hz. Most oscillators work on a power of two basis.
But it was only a suggestion if you were familiar with CPUs.
About CD4060B an oscillator section and 14 ripple-carry binary counter stages.
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