[time-nuts] Divide by five
gigneil at gmail.com
Sat Nov 8 10:53:38 EST 2014
I would very, very, very much enjoy perusing that library, if you'd be as
Particularly just a few basics for the Xilinx. I also have a few CVHD-950s
In need of some parenting!
On Saturday, November 8, 2014, Gerhard Hoffmann <dk4xp at arcor.de> wrote:
> Am 08.11.2014 um 09:46 schrieb Said Jackson via time-nuts:
> > ....
> The x163 seems to be in better supply than the '161.
> For example: < http://www.nxp.com/documents/data_sheet/74LVC163.pdf >
> At 3.0 - 3.6V 150 MHz guaranteed, 200 MHz typ.
> I have done a fanout board for the Xilinx Coolrunner XC2C64 to 100 mil
> square pads.
> The small chip in the Background is the core voltage regulator, The plug
> fits to
> the Xilinx USB configuration cable. Enough to create 1pps from 100 MHz.
> < https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/4Bpcfouj8WH0shNGIyuVUtMTjNZETY
> myPJy0liipFm0?feat=directlink >
> The other small boards are 100 MHz Crystek CVHD-950 locked to 10 MHz using
> Doubler 100 MHz ---> 200 MHz 13dBm in -> 13 dBm out using 2*BF862
> push/push grounded gate
> Doubler 200 MHz -> 400 MHz 13 dBm in 13 dBm out, HSMS-282F, SAW Filter on
> 400 MHz, ERA-4 amplifier
> All are week-enders, Layout printed on Laser printer to foil,
> presensitized FR-4 0.5mm from Bungard, home etched.
> The bottom side ist ground only.
> I can use these snippets in my Altium Designer to combine them to larger
> projects; the modules keep
> their layout and need only to be handled as a block. I have collected
> quite a block library over the years. :-)
> regards, Gerhard
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