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2001\08\24@123822 by Saurabh Sinha

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Good day. I am trying to design a frequency multiplier. I want to input a frequency from 1kHz to 10kHz, and I want to multiply the frequency by 100, to get an output frequency from 100kKz to 1000kHz. I am quite desperate for a solution that requires very little circuitry and is accurate, so any help would be appreciated.
Or just give me a hint or any ideas on how I could do this!
Thank you.

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2001\08\24@124737 by David VanHorn

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At 06:38 PM 8/24/01 +0200, Saurabh Sinha wrote:
>Good day. I am trying to design a frequency multiplier. I want to input a
>frequency from 1kHz to 10kHz, and I want to multiply the frequency by 100,
>to get an output frequency from 100kKz to 1000kHz. I am quite desperate
>for a solution that requires very little circuitry and is accurate, so any
>help would be appreciated.
>
>Or just give me a hint or any ideas on how I could do this!

To multiply, one must first divide :)

A 4046, with the VCO output divided by 100, ought to work well here.

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