crystal oscillator

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Synonyms for crystal oscillator

an oscillator that produces electrical oscillations at a frequency determined by the physical characteristics of a piezoelectric quartz crystal

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Una pieca de xtal de hechura de venera con pie alto labrado el bajo de monteria y aves con tres guarniciones de oro smaltadas de negro la una a la redonda del pie y dos en las junturas del valaustre con su caja cuvierta de quero negro dorada forrada en terciopelo carmesi no 20 = la qual rescivio el dicho fran.
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Dennis and Diane Beals of XTAL had their usual inventory of Mexican minerals which included some very reasonably priced quartz crystals with mud inclusions from Taman, San Luis Potosi, Mexico.
Two of the orders are from customers in Taiwan, Alpha Crystal Technology, a new customer, and Tera Xtal, who last week announced a sapphire material purchase agreement with GT Solar.
NASDAQ: SOLR), a global provider of polysilicon production technology, sapphire and silicon crystalline growth systems, and materials for the LED and other specialty markets, today announced that it has signed an agreement with leading Taiwanese LED wafer manufacturer, Tera Xtal Technology Corporation, to supply Tera Xtal sapphire cores for increasing their production of epitaxial-ready LED wafers.
As a follow-up presentation, IDT will present Self-Referenced Monolithic RF CMOS Oscillators for XTAL and XO Replacement at the 2011 CMOS Emerging Technologies Meeting on June 15-17.
Tera Xtal went public on the Taiwan Stock Exchange in September and Monocrystal expect to raise about $250m on the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange in October.