Cmos Pair 2-Mhz Crystal Oscillator

This is a 2 MHz crystal circuit using CMOS pair. This circuit is ideal for uses in digital watches and clock because this circuit has low power drain. The oscillator in this circuit is built by connecting the One CMOS transistor pair from CA3600E array with feedback pi network. This oscillator has stable performance with 2-MHz crystal. Here is the schematic diagram of the circuit:

2 Mhz Crystal Using Cmos Pair circuit schematic diagram

[Circuit’s schematic diagram source: seekic.com]


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