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I am a hobbyist who is trying to learn more about PSoC. I saw your project and am trying to understand how it works.
I have a psoc 3 board which has chip CY8C3866AXA-040. In this the maximum clock available is 33Mhz. So how can i make sone changes to your project such that i can utilize your schematic for implementation of it on my board?
@kees, I have a project temporarily put aside, that uses counters/timers
to add ability to do B burst of N pulses/burst of F frequency and Duty Cycle
with D delay in clocks between bursts. Done in PSOC 1.x as I recall. Will
be used in a project once I finish base project. I used that basic approach
along with Wavedac to make bursts of Tri, Saw, Sine, Sin(x)/x, Square,
Half Wave, Custom waveforms. Swept as well.
I suspect new clocking/timing constraints introduced in later versions of Creator
will cause my design to lower its max F of operation, we shall see once I get back
Your use of SIO great idea, I will add that, although I am more inclined to do a full
50 ohm driver with offset/amplitude control. I did in late 70's a design that was based
on state variable core generator, using 2 12 bit DACs to control F and Amplitude, encorporated
AGC so I could do "flat" sweeps, maxed out at ~ 1 Mhz. Most difficult part was 50 ohm
discrete driver that would not distort waveform. Used proprietary NSC SCAMP processor.
Was a lot of fun, still have drawings on vellum.
Hare, The device should be able to run up to 67 Mhz. What is telling you that the max frequency is limited to 33 Mhz?