crystal resonator

crystal resonator

[¦krist·əl ′rez·ən‚ād·ər]
(electronics)
A precisely cut piezoelectric crystal whose natural frequency of vibration is used to control or stabilize the frequency of an oscillator. Also known as piezoelectric resonator.
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The new additions include industrial temperature range (-40xC to 85xC) support and devices that detect the state of the USB controller's crystal oscillator driver circuit to simplify crystal resonator replacement.
Specifically designed for operation in such harsh environment applications, the new VX-400 leverages Vectron's unique crystal resonator mounting, as well as its substrate and component attachment schemes to ensure reliable component performance under shock and vibration.
Today, we break new ground by incorporating both a crystal resonator and an integrated clock circuit (clock IC) into this ultra-miniature package to deliver the new S1643 and S1644 crystal clock oscillator products," explains Brandon Ogilvie, Product Marketing Manager for Pericom.
28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- SaRonix, a Pericom Semiconductor Company, announces the production release of its NKS3 product series, a quartz crystal resonator contained in an ultra-miniature 3.
Adjustments between the signal receiver LSI and the antenna and crystal resonator are also necessary, which consumes time and increases costs of development.
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.
The device comes in two versions: the TMP86P202P supports a ceramic or crystal resonator and the TMP86P203P supports a resistance-capacitance (RC) resonator.
This module, the NRC01 Series, includes a radio controlled clock LSI, an antenna and a crystal resonator, which are all the functions necessary for a radio controlled clock.
A low-cost crystal resonator is the only required external component.
CTS Corporation (NYSE:CTS), a global leader in wireless components design and manufacture, today announced a new line of miniaturized, high performance, surface mount crystal resonator products for General System Mobile (GSM) handset applications.
The method is based on quartz crystal microbalance (QCM), which allows to detect the mass variation per unit area by measuring the change in frequency of a Quartz Crystal resonator.