>A better alternative may be the Analog Device DDS chip (AD7008JP50), you get
>0 to 20MHz with milli Hertz resolution.
>AD7008 costs around $20 which is about the same as MAX038. This DDS chip
>is a complete DDS which requires only an XTAL oscillator and a low pass
>output filter, it, however, requires a CPU or a PC (parallel/serial port)
>to drive it.
>I am going to use it as the VFO for my homebrew transceiver.
Sounds like an interesting part. Where can I get it from?
- Dan Tayloe, WB0NVB
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