Compatibility of the Active Inductance Double Resonance Quartz Oscillator with Q-MEMS Temperature Sensor

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ABSTRACT

Low-frequency double-resonance quartz crystal oscillator circuit was developed with active inductance aiming the quick start-up in the intermittent operation on the sensor circuit and DC isolation using a Q-MEMS sensing crystal HTS-206. Allan standard deviation indicated 5 × 1012, showing short range stability of the sensor circuit sufficient for the ubiquitous environmental sen sor network.

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Akitsu, T. , Kudo, A. and Sato, T. (2015) Compatibility of the Active Inductance Double Resonance Quartz Oscillator with Q-MEMS Temperature Sensor. Engineering, 7, 47-57. doi: 10.4236/eng.2015.72005.

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