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Will this oscolator circut work?

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marktbaldridge

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Will this Oscillator circut work? My Xtal has only 2 pins, that has 3. Does that make a difference? How critical are the values of the passive components?

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Mark T. B.

 

marktbaldridge

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Thanks, I am trying to make a TTL clock will the schematic in the PDF you referenced work with a 74LS04? And if so, what values would I want for the caps if my Crystal is 6.5MHz? I'd just like to have a gate, my crystal, and a few passives in my circuit.
 

BrownOut

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Thanks, I am trying to make a TTL clock will the schematic in the PDF you referenced work with a 74LS04? And if so, what values would I want for the caps if my Crystal is 6.5MHz? I'd just like to have a gate, my crystal, and a few passives in my circuit.
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It might. You can always try it and see. The cap values are given in the referenced material.
 
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BrownOut

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Nope. Find a crystal that will resonate at your frequency of interest. You'll have to invest the time to look over data sheets. Tough job, I know, but someone has to do it.
 
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