Re: Producing the C2N232 (Re: Questions from a newbie)

From: Nicolas Welte (
Date: 2005-02-01 09:40:42

Sam Laur wrote:
> Marko Mäkelä wrote:
>> One possible hardware modification just occurred to me: what about 
>> using a
>> i/j*1.8432 MHz crystal where i and j are positive integers?  [...]
>> I don't know if such crystals are available in the 8..10 MHz range at a
>> reasonable price.
> 7.3728 (1.8432*4) and 11.0592 (*6) are commonly used, easy to source
> values. I think I've seen 9.216 too, but it's not as common as those
> two. For example, it's not on the C-MAC standard crystal products list.
> 9.8304 is available, though, and it's a fractional multiple (*16/3).


I can get all three values (not the 9.216) from easily, for 
the same price as the 8 MHz one.


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