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Subject: Re: Using PC as signal generator...
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NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2002 03:46:06 GMT
Organization: AT&T Broadband
Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2002 03:46:06 GMT
Lol.. sorry for not specifying. I mostly want to use it at around 500Hz -
15KHz to pulse a square wave to a flyback transformer for my HV experiments.
I've built this circuit
(http://4hv.org/schematics/info.cgi?entry=universal), based on a 555 timer,
which works fairly well but I want a larger range and a bit more control.
wrote in message
> Jordan wrote:
> > I want to use my computer to generate a tone; I've got the program
> > Then I can feed this from the line out port into some type of amplifier
> > circuit (some help please?) to pulse a 12V waveform to whatever I need
> > use it for. How would someone go about doing this? Thanks for the help!
> Define "whatever".
> Do you want to use it to start cars, or to flash a christmas tree light.
> What sort of pulse shape, and speed, ...
> http://inquisitor.i.am/ | mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org | Ian
> Things a surgeon should never say:
> Better save that for the autopsy.
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