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Function Generator using ICL8038 [Project]
posted October 8 2013 9:59.57 by spic0m




A simple function generator with frequency range - 0.95 Hz to 105 KHz in five decade ranges providing, Sine, Triangular and Square.
Output amplitude - Adjustable from 10 mV PP. to 10 V PP
Output impedance - 50 ohms.

[Link: delabs]
 
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