Re: Pulse Generator
- Have you considered using a microcontroller? I have a MPS430 running
beside me at the moment as a pulse generator. I imagine that you
could use a voltage divider and one of the ADC's to provide the
control. I believe that there is a temperature controlled voltage
source on the chip to give a stable control voltage.
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>diverse base of arcane knowlege, I thought it might be worth it to ask
> I am stumped by an electronics problem. Since you guys have such a
>kHz, and with resistor selectable pulse width from a couple of
> I need a one chip solution for a pulse generator running at about 1
microseconds to maybe 30 microseconds. The 4538 seems ideal for this,
but I cannot figure out how to make it free run (astable). The 4047
has an astable option, but it would take two chips to handle the pulse
>duty cycle trick. But it will not go down below 20 microseconds or
> I initially ipmplemeted this gizmo with a 4011, and did the diode
so, and the frequency is greatly influenced by changing the pulse width.
>I have little experience with those and do not know how temperature
> It might be possible to do it with a couple of Scmidtt triggers, but
stable it would be.
- Best I can tell, it costs about $10,000 for the cheap one.
Seems if you want something similar, but can focus it by hand, try the
QX5 or one of the USB type microscopes.
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