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Richard Erlacher
02/03/09 22:19
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#162019 - What about that logic card?
Responding to: Satish S Munot's previous message
Do you send the first (Motor1) logic card any inputs? Do you provide power? Do you provide an oscillator or other clock? How stabile is the output from the encoder? You say, " I have to Just Multipile the Pulse comming from encoder(Max 100KHz) and send it out.to other logic card which is going to control Motor 2, but what is LOgic card which I have no info. " Does that mean that the encoder always produces 100 KHz, exactly, or does it vary. If it varies, how much does it vary? Does it ever exceed 100 kHz? Does the duty cycle (time_high/time_low) ever change? Under what circumstances?

How precisely must you multiply the output from the encoder? How quickly must you respond to changes if there are any?

Do you know what a phase-locked-loop is? Have you ever looked at a CD4046 or 74HC7046? How about a frequency synthesizer, e.g. MC145157 <http://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet...57-2.html> and others of that series?

A phase locked loop is a circuit which uses a voltage controlled oscillator, a phase detector, and an error amplifier, possibly in combination with one or more dividers in order to produce a local copy of an input reference frequency, or a multiple of that frequency. A frequency synthesizer uses that same strategy to produce a desired frequency from another frequency of known value. In some cases very precise outputs can be derived from somewhat less precise inputs by complex and sophisitcated means. The cesium clock at the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology uses such techniques to provide very precise time references.

Please answer ALL the questions I've presented in this and previous messages regarding this problem of yours.

If you had already done so, you'd likely be finished now. Doing this sort of thing in the 100 kHz and lower range is quite achievable, but you must answer ALL the questions.

RE





List of 23 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Frequency Multiplication      Satish S Munot      01/31/09 02:01      
   what is the wave form shape of the original signal?      Joe Gold      01/31/09 05:34      
   Yes, PLL is the most promising solution      Richard Erlacher      01/31/09 09:08      
   Easy integer approximation      Jerson Fernandes      01/31/09 19:02      
      Yes, but      Joe Gold      01/31/09 20:50      
         Wave Shape      Satish S Munot      02/01/09 20:25      
            Constant speed?      Per Westermark      02/01/09 22:49      
            Constant speed?      Per Westermark      02/01/09 22:50      
            Constant speed?      Per Westermark      02/01/09 22:51      
            Constant speed?      Per Westermark      02/01/09 22:51      
            Still some outstanding questions      Joe Gold      02/02/09 06:12      
            Perhaps you're looking at the wrong motor      Richard Erlacher      02/02/09 07:35      
   Rate Multiplier      Aubrey Kagan      02/02/09 13:17      
      That might work ... but ...      Richard Erlacher      02/02/09 13:26      
         Frequency multiplier      Satish S Munot      02/02/09 21:11      
            How about some numbers?      Richard Erlacher      02/02/09 21:39      
               Frequency Multiplier      Satish S Munot      02/03/09 01:21      
                  I was afraid that was the case ...      Richard Erlacher      02/03/09 08:56      
                     Frequency Multipllication      Satish S Munot      02/03/09 20:46      
                        What about that logic card?      Richard Erlacher      02/03/09 22:19      
                           Frequency Multipiler      Satish S Munot      02/03/09 22:24      
                              Why no further relevant information?      Richard Erlacher      02/03/09 22:28      
                                 I have been following this      Erik Malund      02/04/09 05:55      

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