[time-nuts] source for ICS525 demo board ...

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Sun Feb 19 08:35:02 EST 2006

In message <43F8008C.3080401 at pacific.net>, Brooke Clarke writes:
>Hi Hal:
>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.

The reason I like the ICS525 is that it has parallel input so you can
configure it with DIP switches.  For experimental work, that is the
most flexible.

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