Real-time-clock chip makes low-power oscillator

Posted on May 13, 2012

Many systems use watch-crystal-based, 32.768-kHz oscillators. In battery-powered designs, the 32-kHz oscillator may consume a fairly high percentage of the total power budget. Reduced power consumption equates to longer battery life, smaller batteries, and smaller products.

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