Serious Breadboarding

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by sirch2, Nov 19, 2014.

  1. sirch2

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  2. gabeNC

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    That's pretty sick. Would be tough to troubleshoot wouldn't it? Wonder what his clock frequency is running at, don't breadboards have problems over 20mhz with parasitic capacitance?
     
  3. wayneh

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    He says it was unstable at 4 MHz and he had to back off to 2 MHz.

    But really, your question is clock speed? How about "WHY ?" :D
     
  4. BR-549

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    Because it wasn't there.
    I understand perfectly and I applaud the work.
    I have long suspected that I am di-polar. With just a touch of ass-boogers.
    Again....outstanding and worthwhile work.

    Where did I put that breadboard?
     
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  6. wayneh

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    Yes, it was. 20 years or more ago.
    Worthwhile, to who? The OP perhaps, but surely we would all be better served if his energy and skill was directed at something besides inventing another wheel.
     
  7. sirch2

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    Well, he says in the blog:

     
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