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2014-10-21 23:03:17

Large semiconductor companies and sensor manufacturers drive the North American Crystal Oscillator market

2014-10-20 23:03:16

The European Crystal Oscillator market is driven by its usage in various industries http://www.micromarketmonitor.com/market/europe-crystal-oscillator-1286710721.html

2014-10-11 23:00:40

Presence of large number of consumer electronics companies and cell phone manufacturers in the region drives the Asia-Pacific Crystal Oscillator market

2014-10-10 23:02:16

The Crystal Oscillator market growth fuelled by its use in mainly consumer electronic devices

2011-04-26 00:00:27

All-Silicon Clock Oscillator Technology Offers Viable, Low Cost Alternative to Quartz and SiMEMS Oscillators Cairo, Egypt (PRWEB) April 25, 2011 Si-Ware Systems (SWS) today announced a novel Self Compensating Oscillator (SCO) technology, which produces an all-silicon oscillator that can achieve an overall frequency stability better than 100ppm over a temperature range of -20ºC to 70ºC. The SCO is an all-silicon oscillator that does not require an external frequency reference for...

2009-06-17 15:47:16

University of Oregon physicists have successfully landed a one-two punch on a tiny glass sphere, refrigerating it in liquid helium and then dosing its perimeter with a laser beam, to bring its naturally occurring mechanical vibrations to a near standstill.

2009-04-24 08:59:21

These days, chemical analysts are expected to track down even single molecules. To do this highly sensitive detective work, nano researchers have developed minute strings that resonate in characteristic fashion.

2009-03-19 08:55:11

Caesium fountains are more accurate than "normal" atomic caesium clocks, because in fountains the caesium atoms are cooled down with the aid of laser beams and come ever slower - from a rapid velocity at room temperature to a slow "creep pace" of a few centimetres per second at a temperature close to the absolute zero point.


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edulcoration
  • The act of sweetening by admixture of some saccharine substance.
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