[time-nuts] time-nuts Digest, Vol 56, Issue 71

Kit Scally kScally at BYTECAN.com.au
Mon Mar 30 21:24:40 UTC 2009


What's wrong with Tom's (/tvb) PIC divider ?





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Date: Sun, 29 Mar 2009 20:28:57 -0700
From: Bill Janssen <billj at ieee.org>
Subject: [time-nuts] state of the art devide by ten
To: Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement
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I want to construct a divide by ten or a divide by 100 frequency 
divider. This is to take my 10 MHz. from my
Rubidium to 1 MHz. or 100 KHz.
I could use the spare 74xx90 chips ( which I have) but I would like to 
make some thing useful for future
uses. What would be a "through the hole" type of IC that would have less

jitter than a 74xx90. I CAN do
surface mount if I have to.

Bill K7NOM

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