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SiTime Corporation, the fastest growing semiconductor company, today introduced the SiT15xx family of 32 kHz MEMS oscillators that replace legacy quartz crystal resonators.
The VT-200-FL quartz crystal is accommodated in a 2.
Since World War II, quartz crystal resonators have been the standard in the frequency control arena because of their piezoelectric and mechanical properties.
Its atoms aggregate in forms as common as quartz crystals and as exotic as coesite and stishovite, minerals formed by the intense pressures generated when extraterrestrial objects such as comets and asteroids strike Earth's surface (SN: 6/15/02, p.
The Company's capabilities include custom manufacturing of quartz crystal and oscillators from quartz bars through packaged and tested finished products.
Because the biggest obstacle to the widespread adoption of more sophisticated electronics in vehicles is not technology but cost, Murata Electronics [Smyrna, GA] makes products like resonators, that are needed to populate the motherboards oF everything From the CAN (Controller Area Network) bus to remote keyless entry Fobs, with Finely processed ceramic, rather than the more common, expensive and Fragile quartz crystals, which brings down the overall cost.
The IMT-202 is a twelve-note even-tempered tuner that uses a quartz crystal, it has a tolerance of +/- 0.
The western bank of the Thames River was once rich with enormous amounts of quartz crystal, the dazzling stone used by the Mohegans to fashion arrowheads and ceremonial objects honoring the good spirits.