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Oscillators: the new wave

Oscillators: the new wave

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Oscillation is an essential function for many workaday devices. Now a new generation of generators will extend their range of applications even further. Crystal oscillators have for decades kept harmony and order on circuit boards using the piezoelectric characteristics of quartz. Quartz crystals flex when pulsed with electricity, a property that - with the right electrical feedback - makes them resonate at a precise frequency that depends on the crystal's size and shape.

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