how to know specific parameters of a module found in easyeda library?
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redsunwit 8 months ago
hello all, i am a freshman for pcb design. I want to have a local oscillator which can produce carrier frequency around 900MHz. so, i search oscillator in easyeda library. and, i find the following oscillator: ![Screenshot from 2019-06-01 23-22-43.png](// but, i do not know whether this one can produce carrier frequency around 900MHz that i expect. i don't know how to check it. it seems that it is from kicad library. thanks all for helping me to figure it out.
andyfierman 8 months ago
If it is from the LCSC library then it will have an LCSC part number so you can look for it on the LCSC website. If you hover the mouse over it in the Search Libraries tool then you can read the Description. If this does not have enough information then the next step is to check the PCB Footprint and then see if you can find a suitable device in that package from somewhere like RS Online, Mouser or DigiKey. Then place the symbol in the schematic and edit the Supplier, Supplier Part, Manufacturer, Manufacturer Part and add a Description (Use Add Parameter). I suggest you read (2.3) in (2) in: [](
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