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Oscillator

In technical analysis, a model for finding prices at which a security is overbought and oversold. An oscillator finds two extreme prices using various methods and finds buy signals and sell signals when the price of the security approaches each. One of the most common oscillators is the Stochastic oscillator. See also: Price ceiling, Price floor.
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Dual-path LC VCO design with partitioned coa rse-tuning control in 65 nm CMOS", IEEE Microwave Wireless Comp.
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Low power consumption VCO using the adaptive body-biasing technique in 0.
Figure 5 presents the phase noise performance of the two versions VCO designs.
Though several 2-stage ring VCO can be composed by different delay stage, extra power is certainly needed to provide an excess phase shift for oscillation fulfilling well-known Barkhausen criterion.
In the previous complementary VCOs, the VCO output voltage amplitude is limited by supply and ground level, this nonlinear behavior leads to fundamental and high-order harmonics at the common node of bonding wire and MOSFETs.
The 5" x 5" SMT VCO has an input voltage of 10 V with a current consumption of 20 mA max.
In addition, key equations are presented for the DT combined VCO/divider model to capture the CT dithering dynamics and eliminate the need for a simulation time step proportional to the VCO frequency.
VCO offers the ability to successfully terminate toll-quality VoIP to PSTN calls worldwide and incorporates dialing and calling plans that result in enhanced productivity and cost-savings for the end-user.
Operating from 950 MHz to 2,050 MHz with a control voltage range from 0 to 15 V, the CVCO55BES-0950-2050 VCO from Crystek features a typical phase noise of-99 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz offset.
Many studies are dedicated to the research of VCO characteristics.
The PLL with VCO synthesizer offers a fundamental output frequency up to 6,800 MHz providing throughput advances for a variety of radio frequency (RF) wireless applications, including point-to-multipoint microwave links, satellite systems, VSAT systems, industrial, and test and measurement systems.