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Subject: Re: Unorthodox use of eproms
Date: Thu, 14 Nov 2002 01:41:29 -0800
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Allan Herriman wrote:
> On Wed, 13 Nov 2002 13:49:30 -0600, email@example.com (Roy
> McCammon) wrote:
> >Gibbo wrote:
> >> I'm sure we've all used eproms for things such as decoders and mapping.
> >> Sometimes it can save a lot of board space.
> >> I recently tried to use one as an oscillator. Just like you'd use inverters or
> >> nand gates etc.To my surprise it worked just fine.
> >> Anyone have any experience of doing this on a larger scale. Using the eprom as
> >> the oscillator and other logic gates etc ? What was the outcome. I might be
> >> doing some experimenting. It's not a new idea I guess, but it's new to me.
> >> Gibbo
> >By connecting only two pins you can use it as an analog
> >logarithmic current to voltage convertor.
> Also useful as a temperature sensor. Add a MAX1617 (etc.) and the
> temperature can be read over an SMB/IIC bus.
I once built a CW Id'er for my repeater using a 2732 and a dual 555. Put all the
machine stuff, cw characters , 10 minute timer, and control stuff in the eprom.
Trigger it and it puts out CW tones every 10 minutes until 10minutes after you unkey
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