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'[PICLIST] [EE] Frequency multiplier'
2001\08\24@143505 by Saurabh Sinha

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Thanks David. I know this is an obvious solution, but wondering if there's
easier analog ways! I have been (for a long time) looking for a SPICE model
for the 4046, since you mention it, just wondering if you may have it?
Please let me know.

Regards, Saurabh

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2001\08\24@144330 by David VanHorn

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At 08:35 PM 8/24/01 +0200, Saurabh Sinha wrote:
>Thanks David. I know this is an obvious solution, but wondering if there's
>easier analog ways! I have been (for a long time) looking for a SPICE model
>for the 4046, since you mention it, just wondering if you may have it?
>Please let me know.

I avoid analog simulation, so many variables to include.
I prefer hardware :)

Another way might be with a step recovery diode, but I don't know if you
can make that work in this freq band, and over such a relatively large range.
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2001\08\24@152303 by Saurabh Sinha

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Ok, what's the loop filter design criteria?

Thanks.

Saurabh
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> At 08:35 PM 8/24/01 +0200, Saurabh Sinha wrote:
> >Thanks David. I know this is an obvious solution, but wondering if
there's
> >easier analog ways! I have been (for a long time) looking for a SPICE
model
> >for the 4046, since you mention it, just wondering if you may have it?
> >Please let me know.
>
> I avoid analog simulation, so many variables to include.
> I prefer hardware :)
>
> Another way might be with a step recovery diode, but I don't know if you
> can make that work in this freq band, and over such a relatively large
range.
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> Dave's Engineering Page: http://www.dvanhorn.org
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> I would have a link to http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?KC6ETE-9 here
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2001\08\24@152844 by David VanHorn

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At 09:22 PM 8/24/01 +0200, Saurabh Sinha wrote:
>Ok, what's the loop filter design criteria?

Been a while since I used one, but National's website (http://www.natsemi.com)
should have all the info.
If you don't need real fast response, I'd suggest overdamping, as it makes
the loop easier to design.

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'[PICLIST] [EE] Frequency multiplier All Digital PL'
2001\08\28@021301 by norman

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This link maybe of interest to people interested in digital PLL's


http://www-s.ti.com/sc/psheets/sdla005b/sdla005b.pdf

This is a part that has been around for sometime. However the concept is
very valid.



With clever programming I am sure you can implement a low speed PLL
in software.


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