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VCO

Abbreviation for:
vena cava occlusion
voluntary and community organisations
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Since the technology involved in the development of crystal oscillators is advanced and expensive, market vendors are required to make huge investments in R&D activities, thereby increasing the total production cost.
A for the first time in the world for an AT-cut crystal oscillator with 32kHz despite its small size.
CMOS and MEMS crystal oscillators have been researched for years and they feature many advantages, but quartz crystal oscillator still has remained the mainstream for decades.
These new silicon-based crystal oscillators are simpler to manufacture and provide superior jitter performance compared to expensive crystal oscillators.
3 Status quo and future demand of crystal oscillator industry
With more than 35 years of experience in crystal oscillator design and manufacturing, Vectron offers the innovative thinking and technological capabilities required to answer customer demand for smaller, low cost, high performance designs," said Alan Mond, Vice President, Global Sales, Vectron.
Temex Time, a Business Unit of Temex, is a leading designer and manufacturer of advanced, low-cost rubidium and crystal oscillators, smart GPS and multi-reference synchronized clocks, and high-precision test sets solutions.
com/reports/c72724) has announced the addition of Global Crystal Oscillator Industry Report, 2007 to their offering.
The crystal and crystal oscillator market crashed by 30 percent last year to $2.
In addition, the Si4901 device takes full advantage of Silicon Laboratories' patented digitally-controlled crystal oscillator (DCXO) technology to replace expensive external voltage-controlled temperature compensated crystal oscillator (VC-TCXO) modules with only a low-cost crystal resonator.
MARIN, Switzerland -- EM Microelectronic, an electronic systems company of the Swatch Group, introduces the EM7604, a low-power CMOS crystal oscillator circuit.