Visual zero-beat indicator

Posted on Oct 20, 2012

Light-emitting diodes connected with reverse polarity provide a visual indication of zero-beat frequency. Each LED is on for only half a cycle of the input. When the input frequency is more than 1 kilohertz away from the zero-beat frequency, both LEDs appear to be on all the time. As the input frequency comes within about 20 hertz of zero beat, the LEDs will flicker until zero beat is reached

Visual zero-beat indicator
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Both LEDs glow or flicker until zero beat is reached, when they go out.

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