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1997\02\19@124810 by jimh

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Hello all,
I am developing  four axis micro stepping controllers using the '73.
I am dealing with rates of 16000Hz-200000Hz with acceleration and
de-acceleration.   I need to capture my output with a DSO.  To do so I need
to convert the frequency to a voltage.  So here is my question.
I need a piece of test equipment that will convert freq. to voltage.  Does
anyone know a manufacture of distributor for a freq. to voltage converter?
I know they exits, HP use to have one in their lab.

Thanks in advance for your help.



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1997\02\19@144306 by Bob Blick

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At 09:43 AM 2/19/97 -0800, you wrote:
>I need a piece of test equipment that will convert freq. to voltage.  Does
>anyone know a manufacture of distributor for a freq. to voltage converter?
>I know they exits, HP use to have one in their lab.

Do you mean you wish to purchase one like the HP unit, or you want to build
one using a specific part? The LM2907 and LM2917 are frequency-to-voltage
chips(take one off that old full-height floppy drive).

-Bob

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