|1st October 2012, 06:48 AM||#142|
Join Date: May 2007
Thanks for the support. Here's an updated schematic and BoM. This is more or less what the kit will contain, I may change the exact connectors or regulator I use, but they'll be functional equivalents.
There are two positions for output connectors, but only one SMB connector will be included in the kit. The kit will also contain three crystals at frequencies of 11.2896, 16.9344 and 33.8688MHz, which will cover most CD players. They'll all be Citizen America brand.
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