Crystal Oscillator

Crystal oscillator, especially the low frequency one, can be easily implemented using op-amp as the amplifier. Here is the schematic diagram of such circuit:

Crystal Oscillator circuit schematic diagram

[Source: National Semiconductor Application Note]

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