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What does oscillations mean?

Oscillations are reoccurring and regular fluctuations between particular states within a system. These states could be discrete, such as a car's turn signal blinking on and of (MORE)

What is an oscillation?

An oscillation is a term we could use to refer to a single cycle of a cyclic or repeating motion. Let's just take one example (so we don't run it into the ground) and see how (MORE)

What do oscillators do?

Oscillators produce a waveform (mostly sine or square waves) of desired amplitude and frequency. They can take input from the output itself. For a complete oscillator circuit (MORE)
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What is oscilator?

If you need to make a sound wave, you can use a tuning fork, an iron bar, or a bell. You give any of them some energy by hitting it with a hammer, and out comes a genuine (MORE)

What does an oscillator do?

An oscillator, well, oscillates. It generates a continuous time-varying signal, usually a sinusoidal waveform, but it could be anything, such as a sawtooth, triangle, or pulse (MORE)

How does an oscillator oscillate?

Oscillators generally consist of a capacitor and inductor wired in parallel. Current is passed back and forth between the two. The capacitor is charged via an amplifier whic (MORE)