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Clocking the 32 kHz oscillator externally.
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Q: FAQ: Clocking the 32 kHz oscillator externally
The 32 kHz oscillator is designed
with a differential input so to get optimum results one should drive both
XOSC32_Q1 and XOSC32_Q2 with one of them being the inverted of the
The duty cycle should be within the
30-70% range.The amplitude of the input signal should ideally be rail-to-rail.Frequency should be in the 10-40 kHz
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