Subject: What is the maximum frequency for a precision-cut quartz crystal?
Date: Thu Mar 2 12:11:59 2000
Posted by Derek D. Bass
Grade level: grad (non-science)
School: Personal Interest
City: El Cajon State/Province: CA
Area of science: Engineering
I understand that quartz can be cut to produce piezoelectric vibrations of
a specific frequency (such as 32,768hz for digital watches). How high can
the frequency be sent by cutting the crystal? For that matter, how does
the cut of the quartz crystal determine its frequency?
Re: What is the maximum frequency for a precision-cut quartz crystal?
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