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Variable Analog Delay Lines

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AndyWhittle

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Does anyone have any ideas of how to make/source a programmable variable delay, sutiable for use with a rf waveform upto about 15MHz. Its got to be changable on the fly (ie real time) :?:
 

mechie

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Bucket Brigade delay lines ?

Delay lines are common in audio processing (echo, flaging etc).
I wonder if the techniques could be pushed to this frequency...

Bucket Brigade delay lines should result in a simple circuit (output would be time-quantinised).

A fast A-D converter feeding into a FIFO shift register which feeds a fast D-A (output would be time and magnitude-quantinised).

Both of the above would use a variable clock frequency to achieve the delay required :? .
 

Myrtonos

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Delay lines are common in audio processing (echo, flaging etc).
I wonder if the techniques could be pushed to this frequency...

Bucket Brigade delay lines should result in a simple circuit (output would be time-quantinised).

A fast A-D converter feeding into a FIFO shift register which feeds a fast D-A (output would be time and magnitude-quantinised).

Both of the above would use a variable clock frequency to achieve the delay required :? .
In the first of the above, the signal would only be sampled, not quantised.
 

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