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Subject: Phase shift a sine-wave to resolve a timing issue.

Date: 10/28/02 at 9:16 AM
Posted by: labtech
E-mail: labtech@jetcoder.com
Message Posted:

My application uses a 66 Khz clock to: (A)Generate a 15uS sine-wave, and (B)Fire an analog-out pulse. The V-out pulse is obvioulsy sync'ed to the sine-wave, but I need timing adjustment (one full cycle)...delay the 66-K clock into the sine-wave or move the sine-wave itself.
Moving the sine wave seems simpler and more cost effective; does anyone have a good (simple) idea for this, or maybe a simple way to delay the clock?
(labtech@jetcoder.com)

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