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What's the difference between oscillator and inverter?

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whta is the difference b/w ossillator and invertor
 

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Re: diff B/w

oscillator has no input and produces a oscillating wave as output... inverter has an input and the output is just the inversion of the input....
 

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Simple example of oscillator would be a three invertor connected in series and the output of the last one is connected with the input of the first one....
where as inverter is itself a single element which invert the signal which is present in the input terminal
 

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Re: diff B/w

MSRA said:
Simple example of oscillator would be a three invertor connected in series and the output of the last one is connected with the input of the first one....
where as inverter is itself a single element which invert the signal which is present in the input terminal

no no no ..... i have askd about difference b/w ossillator and dc to ac convertor also known as invertor ok

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A.Anand Srinivasan said:
oscillator has no input and produces a oscillating wave as output... inverter has an input and the output is just the inversion of the input....
no no no ..... i have askd about difference b/w ossillator and dc to ac convertor also known as invertor ok
 

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Re: diff B/w

invertor has input & oscillator has no input
 

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smith123 said:
invertor has input & oscillator has no input
yar both r dc to ac convertor and have no specific input ,without dc supply source that is used to for conversion
 

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Re: diff B/w

generally the equipment used to produce sine wave output are called inverter.... oscillators generally produce many types of output waveforms.... otherwise there is no big difference between the two...
 

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oscillator normally produce an ac o/p. converting from dc. while and inverter is a reverse of oscillator.
 

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hdrzaman said:
oscillator normally produce an ac o/p. converting from dc. while and inverter is a reverse of oscillator.

dear you are wrong .read the Q again carefully and think about your answer
what r u saying ok
 

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