What you always wanted to know about quartz crystals, but didn’t dare ask until now … – Why does a quartz crystal have to be hermetically sealed? At the end of the complex production of a quartz, or rather the small quartz disc, the quartz blank, it has to be mounted in a housing that
The boom of quartz watches in the 70s has shown: When it comes to precise time recording, there is nothing better than quartz crystals! This is no different today. Frequency control products with the characteristic frequency of 32.768 kHz can be found in almost all applications with integrated time measurement, e.g. laptops, mobile phones or
A fast and smooth data transmission is critical in today’s world. Network and server systems are designed to process and forward information at lightning fast speeds. To achieve this, many of these applications depend on frequencies in the three-digit megahertz (MHz) range. Such high frequencies cannot be generated with an AT-crystal in the fundamental tone.
Like many things that have their roots in the Black Forest, the Jauch Quartz success story begins with clocks and watches: one of the biggest hits of the 1950s, along with wrist watches and longcase clocks, was the alarm clock in a metal case. After all, no one wanted to miss out on the economic
Basic tone crystals with high frequencies are in great demand, especially for wireless applications in the Internet of Things industry. More and more often we find devices communicating with each other and exchanging data via radio, for example via Bluetooth, ZigBee or ISM. All these radio standards use frequency bands in the three-digit megahertz or