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January 9, 2007

10MHz DDS Sine/Square Function Generator based on the AD9835

at 2:43 pm. Filed under DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks

Here is a 10MHz function generator with full details on how to build it.

“An extremely simple and low cost Sine/Square wave generator based on the Analog Devices AD9835 Direct Digital Synthesis (DDS) Generator chip. The frequency can be set for any frequency from 1Hz to 10MHz in 1Hz resolution steps! All this with three push buttons and a novel “sliding window” LED display. The controller chip is a Microchip PIC16F628. There is no wiring, and the PCB fits into a standard UB3 Jiffy Box.”


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7 Responses to “10MHz DDS Sine/Square Function Generator based on the AD9835”

  1. MacMan45 Says:

    Is that “Silicon Chip”, as in the Australian Electronics magazine?

  2. bender386 Says:

    look very much like a Silicon Chip project i wonder what month this is from as i haven’t seen it but it looks like one of there new layout styles

  3. Alan Parekh Says:

    August 96 issue of Electronics Australia

  4. MacMan45 Says:

    Of course, they engulfed EA didn’t they?
    Always thought EA was the stronger magazine of the two, oh well.

  5. bender386 Says:

    hum on the pcb it says 1/10/02 if it was a ea project would it not of said ea instead of siliconchip?

  6. az32coyote Says:

    What does it do?

  7. Alan Parekh Says:

    It makes you one of these

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