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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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MEMS technology is making great inroads into oscillator applications where their lower cost offers an attractive solution.
3 (a) is the architecture chosen in this work, for a 3-stage ring oscillator as shown in Fig.
Unlike the existing solutions, which measure only the temperature of the quartz crystal, with the introduction of the loop compensation oscillator in the same compartment, the proposed solution will compensate all thermal influences, including the ones due to electronic components (capacitors, voltage references, etc.).
Here, [GAMMA] = 1 represents a hard Duffing oscillator, [GAMMA] = -1 represents a soft Duffing oscillator, and [GAMMA] = - represents linearity.
Inaba et al., "Sudden change from chaos to oscillation death in the Bonhoeffer-van der Pol oscillator under weak periodic perturbation," Physical Review E, vol.
When each antenna is equipped with an independent oscillator, the received time-domain signal can be expressed as
For each DUT, the calculated average power, P, of the noise spurs over the 80 MHz to 1 GHz range was used as a measure of the EMS of the oscillator. The average spur power was calculated as
Chaos in the nonlinear damped and forced oscillator (NLDFO) has been studied in a virtual lab expressly developed to solve its differential equation by means of the Runge-Kutta algorithm.
The parameter method [16] gives the approximate solution for the generalized Duffing and non-integer order oscillator equations.
Khwaja, "An integrable gm-C quadrature oscillator," International Journal of Electronics, vol.
Considering the influence of stochastic noise, average number density of excitatory and inhibitory neural oscillator population is introduced as
The researchers were able to create a small network of oscillators to solve graph coloring problems with the same number of objects, which are also referred to as nodes or vertices.