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oscillate between (two people or things)

To waver or go back and forth between two different, often contrary people or things that once is trying to choose. I keep oscillating between the job in New York and the one in Los Angeles. You've oscillated between Steve and Tommy long enough—they deserve an answer one way or another.

oscillate between (someone or something and someone or something else)

to swing between (choosing) someone and someone else; to swing between (choosing) something and something else. Fred oscillated between going to college and getting a job. The boss oscillated between John and Roger.
See also: between, oscillate
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** The "standard" Si-MEMS oscillator has frequency jumps on the well in excess of most wireless radio standards.
So, where does that leave the classic high-performance crystal oscillator? The simple answer might be in high-performance applications where a "service call" is simply out of the question.
Because of the frequency limitations and low phase noise performance of a single-loop based ring oscillator, other architectural techniques are necessary to reach lower levels of phase noise in ring oscillators.
Z-Series clock oscillators use Kyocera's platform structure, which combines a fixed size head unit (consisting of a quartz crystal, ceramic package and driver IC) mounted to a glass epoxy substrate in a variety of standard dimensions.
Considering the upper-mentioned, this article proposes a 16.384 MHz Voltage Controlled Crystal Oscillator (VCXO) crystal oscillator used as reference for time scheduling (16.384 MHz divided by 500 equals 32.768 Hz--the most commonly used frequency in clock and time applications) and as a frequency reference to one or more Phase Locked Loop (PLL) circuits responsible to generate the required frequencies.
We can see that these dispersive curve equations are relevant to nonlinear small perturbation [epsilon], coefficient before nonlinear term [bar.[GAMMA]], and steady-state vibration amplitude of the pure Duffing oscillator [absolute value of [A.sub.2.sup.(0)].
Friedman, "Forced Bonhoeffer-van der Pol oscillator in its excited mode," Physical Review E, vol.
Independent Oscillator. For simplicity, we consider the frequency-flat fading channel for the independent oscillator case.
where [f.sub.EMI] is the frequency of the radiated EMI, [f.sub.osc] is the output frequency of the oscillator, and n is an integer.
The frequency-amplitude relationship of nonlinear oscillator for [[alpha].sub.3] = 1, A = 1, has been obtained as
In this paper, a new quadrature oscillator circuit using a single MO-CCCDTA, two grounded capacitors, and one grounded resistor is presented.
The number density with the same phase [[theta].sub.1] of excitatory neural oscillator population and number density with the same phase [[theta].sub.2] of inhibitory neural oscillator population are described as:
The electronic oscillators, fabricated from vanadium dioxide, were found to have a natural ability that could be harnessed for graph coloring problems.
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