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2019/12/02 04:03:19 (permalink)
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CRYSTAL OSC

Hello,
I'm using PIC16F1619, I want to know if I can use the internal osc or I must use an external osc, for generating a pwm signal 
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    Re: CRYSTAL OSC 2019/12/02 04:27:13 (permalink)
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    Depending on your application, yes you could.

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    Re: CRYSTAL OSC 2019/12/02 06:00:38 (permalink)
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    thank you !
    just because all the example I see on the internet it's always with an external clock, and me i have just 20pin so i wanted to use the internal clock, and use the clock-pin to do something else 
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    Re: CRYSTAL OSC 2019/12/02 06:29:57 (permalink)
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    abbassi
    thank you !
    just because all the example I see on the internet it's always with an external clock, and me i have just 20pin so i wanted to use the internal clock, and use the clock-pin to do something else 

    Probably because many of the examples are based on ancient PICs which often only had an external oscillators?
    Congratulations on chosing something a little more up-to-date!
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