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cirkit Group Title

How can we generate High frequency pulses,( time gap between pulses < 1 millisecond) from microcontrollers ? OR is there any other electronic component which can be used ?

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    That frequency obviously exceeds anything a micro-controller can cope with that kind of frequency. Have you thought about using a micro-controller to control an independent pulse generation circuit?

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    There are a ton of ICs you could use just google. An example is the max308.

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    Use a crystal oscillator, these are common fairly cheap and easy to find

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    i vote for crystal oscillators too

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