[time-nuts] Pulse Per Minute
paulswedb at gmail.com
Thu Mar 17 12:49:30 UTC 2011
Not that I have ever seen.
But today there are a lot of easy ways to achieve this.
Traditional was a divide by 10 and 6. Typically two chips.
Today a few lines of code in basic or any other language you like into a 8
4 total wires clk in pulse out and VCC and ground.
But if you want a pulse per minute you may also need 2 phase pulses for a
clock lets say.
Again a pic lets you do that very easily and all for $1.29.
On Thu, Mar 17, 2011 at 7:57 AM, Martyn Smith <martyn at ptsyst.com> wrote:
> I need to produce a pulse per minute, derived from 10 MHz or 1 pps.
> So a divide by 60 if 1 pps is used.
> Does anyone make such a divider? That would save me from designing my own.
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