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Subject: Dynamic frequency multiplier

Date: 07/26/99
Posted by: Paul van Roosmalen
E-mail: paul(dot)vanroosmalen(at)km-ehv(dot)comp(dot)philips(dot)com(no spam)
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I'm looking for a dynamic frequency multiplier capable of multiplying an input frequeny between 1.5 kHz and 4.2 kHz by a factor of 8. It is meant to operate during a frequency sweep of the input frequency from 4.2 kHz down to 1.5 kHz. This sweep should take about 42 minutes. The output frequency has to be very accurate. The maximum allowed error should be smaller than 0.1% of the periode of the generated square wave. Can anybody help me? Thanks in advance, Paul

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