Electronic Oscillator
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A digital oscillator is a digital circuit that yields a periodic, oscillating electronic digital signal, often a sine wave or a square wave. Oscillators convert one on one current (DC) from the power supply to a alternating current signal. They are popular in many electronic devices. Common examples associated with signals generated simply by oscillators include impulses broadcast by stereo and television transmitters and also the sounds produced by electronic beepers and video game.

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