I am working on ADAU1777. I would want to know if there is any way to create a sine waveform generator by connecting the DAC output to unused ADC input.
So you mean to feedback a signal from the DAC back to the ADC to setup an oscillation and then be able to control it? I cannot say that I have tried this! It seems like this would be somewhat unstable and difficult to ensure that it would work with every unit. But, I suppose it could be done but I don't think this will work well.
Let us know if you are able to do it. I just know that in the old analog days getting something to oscillate reliably can be difficult.
Why not just use an ADAU1701?
Hello Dave T! The Adau1701 has only a sine generator with external control. I would like to recruit a set of generators and have a triangle, a meander, a saw. Is it possible to create other waveforms from the sine generator? Thank you! With respect, Alex!
The Adau1701 has only a sine generator with external control.
I think you are referring to the Voltage Controlled oscillator correct? Then you are right, there is only a sine wave generator.
I would like to recruit a set of generators and have a triangle, a meander, a saw. Is it possible to create other waveforms from the sine generator?
You can setup a program to use counters to ramp up to a number then count backwards. By changing the counters it could generate a triangle wave and a sawtooth wave could probably be devised in a similar way.
I don't have time to work on this right now but it would be an interesting project.
Hello Dave T !
I don't know how to do what you're talking about. But if there is more information, I can create a project and publish it here. I think for many people it will be interesting to have a large set of voltage controlled oscillators. Sincerely, Alex!
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