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The mechanical resonance of a vibrating piezoelectric crystal is achieved using an electronic oscillator circuit known as a crystal oscillator.
A specific frequency electrical signal will be produced by it. This frequency is frequently used to keep track of time. The relaxation and linear oscillators are the most often utilised crystal oscillators. These have load resistance built into them.
By wiring the crystal into the circuit in such a way that it delivers low impedance when used in series-resonant mode and high impedance when used in anti-resonant or parallel resonant mode, crystal oscillators can be created.
The Global Low jitter crystal oscillator market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The market for crystal oscillators has been disrupted by the outbreak and spread of COVID-19, which has led to a decrease in crystal oscillator shipments and the income they produce.
Due to the temporary closure of manufacturing facilities around the world to stop the spread of the virus, COVID-19 has also had an impact on the production of crystal oscillators and the players involved in the crystal oscillator value chain. Along with the global GDP and per capita income, global lockdowns have an impact on crystal oscillator output.
The resultant drop in the average person’s purchasing power has caused the market’s y-o-y growth to slow.
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