[time-nuts] [Little OT now]Re: Cheap Frequency chip with serial output

Chris Albertson albertson.chris at gmail.com
Sun Oct 26 18:21:08 EDT 2014

> So far:
> - cheapest is Cheapduino
> - most poweful is Teensy (3.1 version goes up to 60MHz) but I don't know
> how to program it.

The Teensy 3 can be programmed using the Arduino software.  It's just a
better Arduino, that's it.

But you say you have a PI.  Why not use that?  send your final RF to a zero
crossing detector then to a counter in the PI.

> Prolly it has enough horsepower/pins to capture frequency/band selector
> and emulate everything so no PI needed. Still I don't like the idea to
> develop in C while having Lazarus on a PI for 35bucks.


Chris Albertson
Redondo Beach, California

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