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  • Low-Power Real Time Clock
    This application note uses the Timer1 module, from a mid-range PIC16CXXX microcontroller, to control a low-power real-time clock. Timer1 was chosen because it has its own crystal which allows the module to operate during sleep. The two events that will wake the device from sleep
  • Clock jitter analyzed in the time domain
    Part 1 of this three-part article series. focused on how to accurately estimate. jitter from a clock source and combine it. with the aperture jitter of an ADC. In this. article, Part 2, that combined jitter will be. used to calculate the ADC's signal-to-noise. ratio (SNR), which
  • Implementing a Realtime Clock
    The purpose of this note is to provide an example of how to add a real-time clock (RTC) feature to a C8051F00x or C8051F01x device. Example software is included at the end of this note.
  • Backing Up Epson Toyocom Real-Time Clock Chips (.pdf)
    Cymbet TM EnerChip TM solid state, thin film batteries are ideal as rechargeable backup power sources for real-time clock (RTC) chips, memories, microcontrollers and other low-power circuits where data or timing information must be retained in the absence of primary power. They come in standard
  • Using Timer 1 in Asynchronous Clock Mode
    This application note discusses the use of the PIC16CXXX Timer1 module as an asynchronous clock. The Timer1 module has it own oscillator circuitry, which allows the timer to keep real-time, even when the device is in SLEEP mode. When the device is in sleep, the oscillator will continue to increment
  • Using Timer 1 in Asynchronous Clock Mode
    This application note discusses the use of the PIC16CXXX Timer1 module as an asynchronous clock. The Timer1 module has it own oscillator circuitry, which allows the timer to keep real-time, even when the device is in SLEEP mode. When the device is in sleep, the oscillator will continue to increment
  • Synchronizing Differential Clock Sources for Bit Error Ratio Test (BERT)
    modern devices have differential inputs. By offering differential clock and data (inputs and outputs), the OmniBER 725 can test these devices quicker and with greater reliability. Both inputs of a device can be tested at the same time, (rather than having to test each input separately) removing
  • Run-Time Calibration of Watch Crystals
    In this application note, we discuss errors associated with low-cost watch crystals used in Real-Time Clock and Calendar (RTCC) applications and methods to overcome these errors. We also discuss a unique built-in calibration feature in Microchip Technology's Real-Time Clock and Calendar circuits

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