Electric Oscillations and Electric Waves: With Application to Radiotelegraphy and Incidental Application to Telephony and Optics

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  • Title: Electric Oscillations and Electric Waves: With Application to Radiotelegraphy and Incidental Application to Telephony and Optics
  • Author: George Washington Pierce
  • ISBN: 9781340050955
  • Page: 308
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Crystal oscillator A crystal oscillator is an electronic oscillator circuit that uses a piezoelectric resonator, a crystal, as its frequency determining element Crystal is the common term used in electronics for the frequency determining component, a wafer of quartz crystal or ceramic with electrodes connected to it A accurate term for it is piezoelectric resonator. Transverse wave A transverse wave is a moving wave that consists of oscillations occurring perpendicular right angled to the direction of energy transfer or the propagation of the wave If a transverse wave is moving in the positive x direction, its oscillations are in up and down directions that lie in the y z plane. Light is an example of a transverse wave, while sound is a longitudinal wave.

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