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Upon further reflection, I don’t think you can get there from here. View attachment I need 65 Hz also Forums New posts Search forums. But it was only a suggestion if you were familiar with CPUs. Just saying hello Started by MichaelaJoy Yesterday at 6: A five minute job for someone familiar or a weeks worth for a novice. Started by fastline Yesterday at 8: They can provide odd division ratios to generate arbitrary output frequencies from a fixed frequency input.
Welcome to our site! The closest value to Unfortunately I don’t believe any multiples of that are standard crystal frequencies.
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And My Most needed frequency are 64 Hz and 65 Hz. If pulse spacing isn’t important you could inject an extra pulse every 64 pulses. You might consider a binary Rate Multiplier such as the CD Electro Tech is an dataxheet community with overmembers who enjoy talking about and building electronic circuits, projects datashet gadgets.
To get an integer divider for both 64Hz and 65Hz means you would need a clock frequency of at least 4.
Most oscillators work on a power of two basis.