|By Business Wire||
|November 23, 2012 06:30 AM EST||
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/92t25h/timing_devices) has announced the addition of the "Timing Devices Market Tracker" subscription to their offering.
Electronic timing devices, which include timing ICs (both clock generation and clock distribution), as well as XO, VCXO, TCXO, and OCXO quartz devices, play a major role in many electronic systems by allowing microprocessors, memory modules, and networks to run at their maximum efficiently. The primary sustained trend in this industry continues to be improvements in timing devices based on MEMS technology which has led to their gradual replacement over traditional quartz-based crystal oscillators. MEMS resonators provide several advantages over quartz devices, but the most significant is the reduction in size leading to greater levels of integration. Quartz devices are still used due to their lower manufacturing costs, greater temperature stability, lower phase noise, and lower power consumption. Still, these factors are being addressed with each new generation of MEMS timing devices.
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1. Significant Findings
2. Regional Forecast
3. Application Consumption Analysis
4. Automotive Market
5. Computer Market
6. Consumer Market
7. Communications Market
8. Industrial Market
9. Product Forecast
10. Supplier Market Share
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/92t25h/timing_devices
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