AN615: Clock Design using Low Power/Cost Techniques - Application Note Published 26-Aug-97. . . [Microchip]
AN-616: AD9430 Evaluation Board Modifications for XTAL Oscillator Clocking - AN-616 Analog Devices App Note - . . .
AN-642: Coupling a Single-Ended Clock Source to the Differential Clock Input of
Third-Generation TxDAC® & TxDAC+® Products - AN-642
Analog Devices App Note - . . .
AN649: Yet Another Clock Featuring the PIC16c924 - Application Note Published 26-Aug-97. . . [Microchip]
AN-657: ADN2812 Evaluation Board - AN-657 Analog Devices App Note - . . .
AN-746: Supporting FDDI with the ADN2812 - AN-746 Analog Devices App Note - . . .
Generating Multiple Clock Outputs from the AD9540 -
AN-769 Analog Devices App Note - . . .
AN-772: A Design & Manufacturing Guide for the Lead Frame Chip Scale Package - AN-772 Analog Devices App Note - . . .
AN892: Fail-Safe Monitoring & Clock Frequency Switching using the PIC16f684 - Application Note Published 16-Dec-03. . . [Microchip]
AN-984: Power & Thermal Considerations for
High Speed Clock Generators - Application Note. . .
AN-988: High Speed Clock Sources & Their
Effect on Electromagnetic Compatibility - Application
Note. . . [National Semiconductor]
Application of Zero Delay Buffers in
Systems with Large Memory Arrays - Application Brief #
024. . . [Pericom Semiconductor]
Application of Zero-Delay Buffers in
Switched Ethernet - Application Note # 015. . .
Astable 40KHz clock - A
circuit that I have used before is based on the CD4060 (14stage binary counter) and a 640Khz ceramic
resonator. The CD4060 is basically an oscillator and a ripple counter to divide the 640khz down to something
more usable. . . . [by Rodney Radford]
thermometer and clock - Build your own a laboratory
instrument for measuring time and temperature. The DigiThermo demonstrates the use of 'C' language, a
dual-slope converter, LCD interfacing, and digital filtering as well. . . . [Wichit Sirichote, designer]
for Digital Alarm Clocks - Alarm clocks are made to
wake you up. However, it is quite bothersome to hear the alarm continuously until you get up and put it off.
Also, you might fall asleep again. The snooze facility solves this problem to some extent by allowing you to
turn the alarm off for a specific period of time by pressing a switch. But here again, you need to look for
the snooze switch! . . . [© EFY Enterprises Pvt. Ltd. All rights reserved.]
included with this On/Off Flip/flop Circuit - This
circuit is ideal when a device needs to be turned on and off with a single pushbutton switch, but also needs
to turn itself off after some period of time. With the components shown, the output will stay on for only
about 20 seconds . . . [Hobby Circuit designed by Dave Johnson P.E., 05/01/12]
Metastability - 08/30/01 EDN Design Idea Consider a
computer system that has a host processor connected to a remote-I/O subsystem (Figure 1). The host clock
treats the I/O system, which is located far from the main hardware, as a slave. Because of the transmitters,
receive. . . [by Jonathan Eckrich, Adaptivation, Sioux Falls, SD]
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