[time-nuts] IC for Clock Input?
Richard (Rick) Karlquist (N6RK)
richard at karlquist.com
Mon Sep 6 23:40:33 EDT 2004
> I'm trying again to make a clock that will use the output from a
> precision frequency standard (1, 5 or 10 MHz) as it's heartbeat.
> In my case all the input IC needs to do is convert the input RF
> sine wave into a clean TTL drive for the microprocessor.
> Brooke Clarke, N6GCE
To get TTL drive, use any high speed TTL output comparator such as the
Linear Technology LT1016. Are you sure you need TTL drive?
All uP's I am familiar with are CMOS.
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