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Crystal oscillator frequencies

Posted on Monday, January 7th, 2013 in idle by DP

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Drone refers us to this table of Crystal oscillator frequencies from Wikipedia:

Wikipedia has a nice table of “Crystal oscillator frequencies”. The table includes a column of crystals divisible by powers of 2 which may be appropriate for Real Time Clock (RTC) references…

Xtal frequencies covered in the table (at my post-time) cover 32768KHz through 161.1328MHz. Typical applications for a specific frequency are also covered. Worth a look.

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  1. Drone says:

    Thanks DP for posting my suggested link to this crystal frequency Wikipedia table. May I suggest adding a DP Blog-tag to “Wikipedia” for content posted here that references Wikipedia? As always – with Wikipedia YMMV. But this table looks pretty good as of my post-time.

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