Is there any circuit that is capable of multiply frequency by 100 times. So far i search there is 10 X using CD4046
I don't understand ..you meant add 10 circuit like that so it become 10 x 10 = 100 times? that would be tedious work i guessJust add another divide by 10 counter.
That's the way a PLL works.I don't understand ..you meant add 10 circuit like that so it become 10 x 10 = 100 times? that would be tedious work i guess
I don't understand it being tedious.that would be tedious work i guess
Ok if that's the only way i will try although it could be tedious work...but i am just wondering like the modem-router that i opened up the circuit looks very minimal and probably using 1 IC with plenty of pins to do that -- I am just guessingThat's the way a PLL works.
Two divide by 10 counters cascaded gives 100X.
You meant 1 to 10 then 10 to 100? that's logical ....i though it would like another combination of each circuit my thought was 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 so it's 10 circuits of the same kind.I don't understand it being tedious.
It is not 100 more chips, just another one.
Would you be kind to share working schematic that generate up to 2.6 Ghz frequency? heheI built an RF synthesizer years ago using some of these...
https://assets.nexperia.com/documents/data-sheet/74HC_HCT193.pdf
If you put a few of these in series and then preset the count on each timeout, you can have divide by lots