[time-nuts] Clocking a PIC16F628A from a Rubidium Standard
squirrox at gmail.com
Thu Nov 24 09:41:24 EST 2011
I have an Efratom 101 frequency standard with a 10 MHz TTL otput. I want to
use this to clock a PIC 16F628A so I can make a frequency counter with a
resolution of 1 Hz. I am going to use the design by EI9GQ here
http://homepage.eircom.net/~ei9gq/counter.html . What I need to know is how
i should go about electronically interfacing the TTL output from the
rubidium standard so that it can clock the PIC. Has anyone on the list
actually done this successfully?
Thanks in advance,
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