Frequency comparator II


Posted on May 10, 2012

The circuit provides unambiguous LED + or - bar readout with steps of 0.1%. The reference frequency is multiplied by the PLLIC1 and divider IC9 to output 64 ? F (ref) and this is then gated by dividing F (measure) by 32 in IC8 thus is F (ref) = (measure) then IC2 counts 1024 pulses. Should the count be more than 1031 than the latch IC4c/IC4a is set to indicate count too high (F (measure) F (ref)) and if the count is less than 1017 then IC3/IC4b indicate count too low (F (measure) F (ref).


Frequency comparator II
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These signals are latched by IC5 at the end of each period by the latch signal from IC6e. When the two frequencies are within + or - 0.6% the LSB's of the counter IC2 are decoded and latched by IC7 and displayed on LED's IC6c resets the counter after latching the data.




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