crystal control

crystal control

[′krist·əl kən′trōl]
(electronics)
Control of the frequency of an oscillator by means of a quartz crystal unit.
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Tiburzi points out that tartrate crystal control is especially important for sparkling wines, because it is hard-edged surfaces--bottle imperfections, intentional imperfections in crystal glassware, or potassium bitartrate crystals--that serve as the launching pads for those wonderful streams of bubbles.
In beverages, it produces clean body for a pleasant mouthfeel and improves the texture of dairy products through ice crystal control.
Pioneer-developed Liquid Crystal Control System for precise recording onto the surface of discs that may be warped or of uneven thickness.
Matsushita and Hitachi Home said they have already developed most of necessary basic technologies such as a small wireless adapter for installation in the planned appliances and an easy-to-use liquid crystal control panel.
So DiGiulio created built-in crystal control motors that enabled equipment to run in sync without cables.