And what is the "proper way"?Not the proper way of helping someone in this forum. A big no-no to both of you!
I'm not an arbritar, but I'm tired to see that some members want to follow someone else's path (I think you know who I'm talking about) instead of refraining from posting. If you don't want to help, don't. If you do, simply post a link to the datasheet instead of being unpolite and patronizing. All members of AAC should contribute to the well being inside this forum. This is not YouTube.And what is the "proper way"?
Sorry, but my patience runs thin for those who try to use complex ICs without reading the data sheets (of which there appear to be many). I don't call myself a curmudgeon for no reason. And anyway who died and made you arbitrar of this forum?
Exactly...I default to think that he or she knows everything else they need to know until they prove otherwise...I understand some data sheets can be difficult to read, but if the OP can't determine from the data sheet whether the device needs a clock or not, as he stated in his post (not just the characteristics of the clock signal), then he's likely to have a problem understanding how to use the chip for many other reasons besides that.
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