27 Sep '13, 11pm

New post: A simple nixie clock with logic gates

New post: A simple nixie clock with logic gates

Here is a very nice project that [Znaxque] finished a few months ago: a simple nixie clock made with logic gates only. In this build, the mains 50Hz is used as a time base instead of a 32KHz crystal that most readers here may use. In the very long term, this clock may actually be more precise than a crystal-based one as power companies in Europe adjust the mains frequency. However, at a given moment the difference between this clock and a reference may be as big as

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2013/09/27/a-simple-nixie-clock-with-...

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