[sdiy] SAD-1024 delay line
sdiyguy999 at hotmail.com
Sat Mar 24 05:18:20 CET 2001
>You have to deal with clock noise and filtering at EACH chip; gets
>We have a few MN3005s for sale if you want to use a full fledged 4096
>stage IC. Delays up to 400mS are pretty easy. The clocking chips are no
>longer available, but a 4013B does a pretty good job generating the two
>phase clock from a square wave VCO.
I figured the inbetween electronics would be bitchy, but once I've done it
for one chip, fixing up the rest should be the same, right?
I have been under the impression for a while now that a single 1024 will
provide 500mS of delay time max. Is this figure incorrect?
Also, it is most likely naive for me to expect a 555 timer IC to be able to
provide clock for these -- is this assumption correct?
Regarding the person who wanted the memoryman schematic: Call EH -- They
were happy to send me the schemes when I was repairing a memoryman.
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