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os·cil·la·tor

(os'si-lā'tŏr),
1. An apparatus something like a vibrator, used to give a form of mechanical massage.
2. An electric circuit designed to generate alternating current at a particular frequency.
3. Any device that produces oscillation.

os·cil·la·tor

(os'si-lā'tŏr)
1. An apparatus something like a vibrator, used to give a form of mechanical massage.
2. An electric circuit designed to generate alternating current at a particular frequency.
3. Any device that produces oscillation.

oscillator

(ŏs′ĭ-lā″tor)
1. Device for producing oscillations.
2. An electronic circuit that will produce an oscillating current of a certain frequency.
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** Laboratory measurements demonstrated the crystal oscillator has much better phase noise than the other two Si-MEMS oscillators.
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Kyocera developed the Z-Series clock oscillators to meet these demands while providing unprecedented flexibility in a standardized, quick-fulfillment solution.
Ayazi, "Micromechanical IBARs: Tunable High-Q Resonators for Temperature-Compensated Reference Oscillators," in Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, vol.
From Figures 11 and 12, all the shells and oscillators of this periodic structure have achieved steady-state vibration.
"Our goal is to reach a system with hundreds of oscillators, which would put us in striking distance of developing a computing substrate that could solve graph coloring problems whose optimal solutions are not yet known to mankind," Datta said.
The waveforms of the mean variable (x)(t) (Figure 3(a)) and of the individual oscillators, say [x.sub.1] (t) (Figure 3(b)), look nearly the same, since the array is synchronized.
To verify this, we run simulations of a hybrid beamforming system with independent oscillators using the QuaDRiGa channel model [35].
In this section, we describe the experimental methods used to compare the resilience of the MEMS oscillator to several commercially available quartz oscillators.
IDT said that its MEMS oscillators utilise its patented piezoelectric MEMS (pMEMS) resonator technology, which combines the strong electromechanical coupling of a piezoelectric material with the stability and low damping of single-crystal silicon to create a passive frequency source of unparalleled performance and reliability.
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