A crystal oscillator-based module, which includes a crystal resonator receiving a conditioned signal from a first bus and passing a resonator signal to a sustaining stage amplifier.
A DCXO device comprises a crystal resonator (13), and a binary weighted switched capacitor network (14) with a switchable capacitance.
One end of a lead-out conductor (312C) of the antenna (310C) is connected to the coiled conductor (311C), and the other end of the lead-out conductor (312C) is connected to the crystal resonator (112).
In addition, an oscillator which can be delivered in a short period at a low cost can be provided, because the crystal resonator can be utilized as an oscillating source even when the frequency modulation of the resonator is not performed.
A quartz crystal resonator (38') extends between the first proof mass and the first base; similarly, a quartz crystal resonator (48') extends between the second proof mass and second base.
One aspect utilizes tracking near-resonance complex impedance for a quartz resonator based calorimeter sensor to derive ultra-sensitive temperature measurement from the sensor.
An oscillator having a quartz resonator, and a base wafer containing active electronics, wherein the quartz resonator is bonded directly to the base wafer and subsequently hermetically capped.
The electrical signal comprises at least one specific tone associated with the presence of a quartz resonator in the timepiece.
A cover is coupled with the first cavity to create an isolated environment for containing the quartz resonator.
The upwardly extending sidewalls and the platform form a first cavity adapted to receive and electrically connect the quartz resonator.