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Published in 2018-4-2 16:43:26 | Show all floors |Read mode
Edited by Eduard at 2018-4-2 16:48

Good morning,

Is it possible to have 2 stable clock signals on gpio pins?  Is there an easy way to do this on a OrangePi Zero with armbian os? I want 2 clocks with a programmable frequency in the range between 100 kHz and 4 MHz. I made this on a raspberry pi zero by dividing the 1000 MHz system clock by an integer. One becomes a stable low noise square wave that can be used in amateur radio.

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Eduard

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Published in 2018-4-3 09:35:59 | Show all floors
So sorry we haven't tested like this, maybe it would be better for you to have a try if you are available.

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admin replied at 2018-4-3 09:35
So sorry we haven't tested like this, maybe it would be better for you to have a try if you are avai ...

Dear admin,

Thanks You for Your very quick answer. Indeed, I didn't find much on this item on the internet. If I'll find a solution I'll bring it to the forum.

Sincerely,

Eduard


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