oscillator oscillator  /ˈɑ sə ˌleɪ tər/

Definition(s):

  • (n) generator that produces sonic oscillations or alternating current

Usage(s):

  1. He sticks the model, faintly perfumed with lavender, through a hole in a glass-walled hive and lets the oscillator wiggle it.
  2. It is a new receiver that cuts down oscillator radiation so that it cannot be picked up more than 25 feet away.
  3. In Jazzman Herbie Hancock's Beverly Hills house, a brand-new $2,800 Arp 2600 three-oscillator synthesizer sits right next to his Butsudan altar.

News

  1. Silicon Laboratories has announced game-changing product, says William Blair

    William Blair believes that Silicon Laboratories' new MEMS Oscillator is the first high?performance MEMS product addressing the fragmented low?end consumer market. The firm thinks the product could contribute ...
    on June 27, 2013     Source: Theflyonthewall.com via Yahoo! Finance

  2. SiLabs builds MEMS oscillator on a single CMOS die

    Silicon Lab’s single-chip MEMS oscillator marries the scalability and economy of CMOS to the reliability and stability of MEMS.
    on June 27, 2013     Source: Embedded Systems Design

  3. Silicon Labs integrates oscillator on standard CMOS chip

    World's first single-chip MEMS oscillator marries the scalability and economy of CMOS to the reliability and stability of MEMS. View the full article HERE .
    on June 26, 2013     Source: EETimes

Quotes

  1. On last Friday's "Mad Money" TV show, Cramer told viewers: "Minus 6% on the oscillator is the signal to buy into the most beaten down sectors of this oversold market to take advantage of the upcoming snap back to normal levels."
    on Jun 20, 2008 By: Jim Cramer Source: TheStreet.com

  2. "On the Mini-Moog, you'd tune three oscillators together to get the sound," Wright explained when I interviewed him a few years ago. "It's really quite an intricate process - if one oscillator goes slightly out, it's ruined. Nowadays, you...
    on Sep 18, 2008 By: Rick Wright Source: Independent

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