clock oscillator

clock oscillator

[′kläk ′äs·ə‚lād·ər]
(electronics)
An oscillator that controls an electronic clock.
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The Z-Series is based on a platform structure that enables Kyocera to offer the widest range of clock oscillator specifications using a single, standardised crystal blank, driver IC and ceramic package combination.
Limited Tenders are invited for Space grade clock oscillator
The XOR series is a miniature SMD clock oscillator with stabilities from +/-7ppm over -10 to +70[degrees]C.
The collection includes functionality for data conversion, a digital potentiometer, real-time clock, light sensor, clock oscillator, thermal interface, communication transceivers, digital isolation, GPIO expansion, LED interface, and relay drivers.
Long established SAW- or quartz-based voltage controlled clock oscillator technology has reached its performance and cost limits," said Prescott Sakai, director of Clock and Data products at ON Semiconductor.
The Pocket Reference Oscillator (PRO Series) is the industry's first frequency control product to integrate a complete HCMOS crystal clock oscillator in a rugged SMA housing.
0Gbps) clock buffer family joins the existing PCIe Gen2 signal switch and clock oscillator product offerings in Pericom's PCI Express solution portfolio.
All H8/38004 MCUs provide an on-chip LCD controller, asynchronous event counter, 8-bit timer, 16-bit timer, 2-channel 10-bit pulse width modulation (PWM) timer, watchdog timer, 4-channel 10-bit A/D converter, serial communication interface, clock oscillator, 32 kilohertz (KHz) sub-clock oscillator and interrupt controller.
The chip is a PIC 12C509A, running at 4MHz the CPU, with 256 bytes of memory, serial port interface circuitry and clock oscillator.
The protein made by the gene can carry out chemical modification of the histone proteins around which DNA is wrapped, and can likely regulate how genes are turned on and off-potentially making it part of a clock oscillator.
output current is 750 mA), digital filter on chip eliminates external filtering components, designed to drive two-phase bipolar stepper motors, and connects directly to the CPU (chips include a clock oscillator, as well as comparators and flip-flops for switching control).
Similarly, the EMC10C Clock Oscillator from the EMC Components Group uses spread-spectrum techniques to reduce EMI by as much as 20 dB.