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Hi all
I want a circuit that can multiplie Frequency at 2,F(out)=F(in)*2.
the inpus signal is a pulse.
 

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XOR with delay can work under certain prerequisites.
 

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can u explain more about xor?
 

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Have the signal send to a xor gate, one input delayed by a low-pass.
 

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Hi all
I want a circuit that can multiplie Frequency at 2,F(out)=F(in)*2.
the inpus signal is a pulse.
you want to multiply the frequency of a pulse ???
Ok, no problem. Can you please define what the frequency is then ?

If you can define, then the forum can make a circuit to multiply it for you.

best of luck dude !!
cheers !
:-D
 

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you want to multiply the frequency of a pulse ???
Ok, no problem. Can you please define what the frequency is then ?

If you can define, then the forum can make a circuit to multiply it for you.

best of luck dude !!



cheers !
:-D

I need.Is that important for u?
 

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My guess is he means a square wave or pulse train. But that could be a wrong guess.
 

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