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  1. Charles

    Charles Guest

    I am looking for a data sheet, or basic info, for a packaged oscillator:

    NFC device, MC595X2-003W

    Thanks!
     
  2. Is that supposed to be a 3.24MHz oscillator?

    I got that from putting the part number and "NFC" into a search engine.

    Is the question because you don't know the frequency, or because it is
    actually some exotic oscillator? If it's a standard crystal oscillator
    in a metal case that fits in a 14pin DIP socket, the pinout is standard,
    though I don't recall the pinout offhand. If it's something more exotic,
    I haven't a clue, there was only one hit for the part number.

    If it is a standard oscillator, connecting it up to ground and +5v would
    make it oscillate and either a frequency counter or tuning a shortwave
    receiver across the band should find the frequency (though a receiver can
    be slow, and there's no guarantee that the oscillator is on a frequency
    below 30MHz).

    Michael
     
  3. Charles

    Charles Guest

    "Michael Black" wrote in message

    Is that supposed to be a 3.24MHz oscillator?

    I got that from putting the part number and "NFC" into a search engine.

    Is the question because you don't know the frequency, or because it is
    actually some exotic oscillator? If it's a standard crystal oscillator
    in a metal case that fits in a 14pin DIP socket, the pinout is standard,
    though I don't recall the pinout offhand. If it's something more exotic,
    I haven't a clue, there was only one hit for the part number.

    If it is a standard oscillator, connecting it up to ground and +5v would
    make it oscillate and either a frequency counter or tuning a shortwave
    receiver across the band should find the frequency (though a receiver can
    be slow, and there's no guarantee that the oscillator is on a frequency
    below 30MHz).

    Thanks Michael. I was lead astray by some erroneous Internet data. It's a
    filter.
     
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