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Internal RC oscillator that is fast (8 MHz nominally) and user-trimmable is called the Fast RC (FRC) oscillator. The output can be used to run the system’s phase-lock loop (PLL), divide by 16 or use configurable FRCDIV bits to divide.
In addition to the direct 8 MHz output, the FRCDIV bits configure a selectable output divider that offers seven distinct options for a lower clock frequency. Options for lower frequencies are available between 4 MHz (divide-by-2) and 31 kHz (divide-by-256).
The user can fine-tune the FRC oscillator across a range of about 12% using the FRC Oscillator Tuning (OSCTUN) register (typical). The factory calibrated frequency of the FRC oscillator is adjusted by a predetermined amount for each bit increase or decrement.
The Global FRC oscillator market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Frequency trimming is possible with the agileOSC RC’s classical architecture, which permits the removal of the impacts of process fluctuation. When a highly accurate clock is not needed, it can also be configured as a Free Running Clock (FRC), which is helpful. Its normal start-up time is 10 us, and its precision is up to +5%.
Its frequency range is 20 KHz to 100 MHz. It shows the benefit of integrating analogue circuits into the main chip with its low power consumption of 100 uA at 10 MHz, which is much less than that of a comparable separate analogue component.Agile Analog now offers for sale its brand-new FRC Oscillator IP.
To make it simpler to integrate analogue circuits onto ASICs, the company is launching a new family of analogue IP blocks, of which this is the first.
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