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Understanding quartz crystals and oscillators

Author: Ramón M Cerda
Publisher: Norwood, MA : Artech House, [2014] ©2014
Series: Artech House microwave library.
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"Quartz, unique in its chemical, electrical, mechanical, and thermal properties, is used as a frequency control element in applications where stability of frequency is an absolute necessity. Without crystal controlled transmission, radio and television would not be possible in their present form. The quartz crystals allow the individual channels in communication systems to be spaced closer together to make better  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Cerda, Ramón M.
Understanding quartz crystals and oscillators
Boston : Artech House, c2014
(DLC)2014395864
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ramón M Cerda
ISBN: 9781608071197 1608071197
OCLC Number: 948810917
Description: 1 online resource (xxiii, 299 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Understanding Quartz Crystalsand Oscillators; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; 1 Quartz Crystals; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Mother Nature Used Quartz First; 1.3 The Curie Brothers; 1.4 Piezoelectricity; 1.5 Quartz; 1.6 Left-Handed and Right-Handed Quartz; 1.7 Quartz Is Anisotropic; 1.8 A Timeline of Quartz Crystals and Oscillators; 1.9 Important Definitions; 1.9.1 Time; 1.9.2 Second; 1.9.3 Frequency; 1.9.4 Nominal Frequency; 1.9.5 Clock; 1.9.6 Room Frequency or 25°C Frequency; 1.9.7 Fractional Frequency; 1.9.8 Allan Deviation; 1.9.9 Accuracy, Precision, and Stability; 1.9.10 Accuracy. 1.9.11 Precision1.9.12 Stability; 1.9.13 Frequency Stability; 1.9.14 Short-Term Frequency Stability; 1.9.15 Medium-Term Frequency Stability; 1.9.16 Long-Term Frequency Stability; 1.9.17 Aging and Drift; 1.9.18 Ambient Temperature; 1.9.19 Frequency-Temperature Stability (Frequency Versus Temperature Stability); 1.9.20 Tolerance ; 1.9.21.
Series Title: Artech House microwave library.
Responsibility: Ramón M. Cerda.

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"Quartz, unique in its chemical, electrical, mechanical, and thermal properties, is used as a frequency control element in applications where stability of frequency is an absolute necessity. Without crystal controlled transmission, radio and television would not be possible in their present form. The quartz crystals allow the individual channels in communication systems to be spaced closer together to make better use of one of most precious resources -- wireless bandwidth. This book describes the characteristics of the art of crystal oscillator design, including how to specify and select crystal oscillators. While presenting various varieties of crystal oscillators, this resource also provides microwave engineers with MathCad and Genesys simulations." --

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