29 ( ANI ): Kyocera Corporation has announced that the company has received the 42nd Inoue Harushige Prize for developing ultra-small quartz crystal
units for smartphones, wearable devices and innovative IoT solutions.
were first used as frequency references for radios in the early 1920s, and the first quartz crystal
clock was developed in 1928 at Bell Telephone Laboratories [1,2].
Natural etches on quartz crystal
faces were used as a standard reference material for evaluating the experimentally induced changes.
The contract is the delivery of a spectroscopic ellipsometer (se) with a quartz crystal
microbalance allowing for analysis of energy dissipation (qcm-d).
After the high-power gated amplifier, the bust signal is fed to the antenna wire for generation, which induces the electric field to cause pure-shear oscillation in the quartz crystal
via the converse piezoelectric effect.
2 billion project to build a quartz crystals
growing plant with annual output of 300 megawatts in Taiwan, which is scheduled to be completed by the end of this year and to supply polysilicon ingots to Green Energy Technology Inc.
8-cm piece with transparent deep pink fluorite octahedrons resting on a quartz crystal
, from Pilier (Meisser, 1999).
Intended for critical timing applications, the AT cut quartz crystal
CC7A-T1A offers a wide temperature range and a low thermal stability for medical applications.
In addition to systems, the consumable quartz crystals
themselves provide another revenue stream for participants in the market.
A single atomic layer of contaminant could shift a MEMS resonator's frequency out of typical quartz crystal
Kyoto, Japan, Oct 10, 2005 - (JCN Newswire) - Kyocera Corporation is pleased to announce that Kyocera Kinseki, a full subsidiary engaged in the development and production of electronic devices, will ship the CX3225SB miniature low-frequency quartz crystal
unit, the world's first miniature, and smallest(*1), crystal unit which oscillates in the 4MHz frequency range.
Today, acoustic sensors are generally based on quartz crystal
resonators that are found in electronic devices such as watches, computers, and televisions, with more than 1 billion units mass-produced each year.