[time-nuts] source for ICS525 demo board ...
brooke at pacific.net
Sun Feb 19 00:22:20 EST 2006
In that case something like the Jameco 141372 Prototype board might
work. Doing this implies that you want a tight connection between the
ICS525 and the PC, which might be the case for an NTP type application.
In the ham radio uses they typically have a common PIC, like the 16F84,
that sends the divider codes to the ICS525 and has some sort of selector
switches to choose the channel number.
Brooke Clarke, N6GCE
w/o Java http://www.pacificsites.com/~brooke/PRC68COM.shtml
Hal Murray wrote:
>>I thought that the PCI slots were for I/O cards on the back panel.
>>What's a "front panel" bracket?
>Same difference. I was just looking/thinking at the other end of the box.
>I was thinking of a PC. I'm not sure about the Soekris box. Something like
>a PCI bracket would be a good place for a BNC connector to get the signal
>into the PC as well as a place to mount a small PCB with the PLL.
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