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resonator

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n resonator any system that resonates
    • n resonator an electrical circuit that combines capacitance and inductance in such a way that a periodic electric oscillation will reach maximum amplitude
    • n resonator a hollow chamber whose dimensions allow the resonant oscillation of electromagnetic or acoustic waves
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Resonator An open box for containing a sounder and designed to concentrate and amplify the sound.
    • Resonator Any of various apparatus for exhibiting or utilizing the effects of resonance in connection with open circuits, as a device having an oscillating circuit which includes a helix of bare copper wire, a variable number of coils of which can be connected in circuit with a condenser and spark gap excited with an induction coil. It is used to create high-frequency electric brush discharges.
    • Resonator Anything that resounds or resonates;
    • Resonator (Acoustics) Anything which resounds; specifically, a vessel in the form of a cylinder open at one end, or a hollow ball of brass with two apertures, so contrived as to greatly intensify a musical tone by its resonance. It is used for the study and analysis of complex sounds.
    • Resonator The antenna system and other high-frequency circuits of a receiving apparatus.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n resonator An acoustical instrument used in the analysis of sounds, consisting of a chamber so formed as to respond sympathetically to some particular tone. It is used especially to detect the presence of that tone in a compound sound.
    • n resonator In electricity, an instrument devised by Hertz for detecting the existence of waves of electrical disturbance. It consists usually of a conductor in the form of a wire or rod bent into a circle or rectangle, leaving a short opening or break, the length of which can be regulated. The ends of the conductor are generally furnished with small brass knobs.
    • n resonator In electricity: A circuit the dimensions, inductance, and capacity of which are such that it is in syntonism with some similar circuit. Electric oscillations in the one will then set up oscillations of the same frequency in the other, even at a distance.
    • n resonator In anatomy, the parts above the larynx which act as a resonance-box in voice-production.
    • n resonator A general name for such musical instruments as consist essentially of a hollow body or globe, the confined air of which is thrown into vibration by blowing upon the edge of a hole in its side, while the pitch is controlled by other holes stopped by the fingers, such as the clay whistles and ocarinas found in various parts of the world.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Resonator a vessel for the analysis of complex sounds
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
NL. & G
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. resonāre, re-, back, sonāre, to sound.

Usage

In literature:

He rose to force and power, though his voice was never loud, rather concentrated, resonant.
"The Trespasser, Complete" by Gilbert Parker
For an instant there was a jerkiness to the voice, and then it droned on resonantly again.
"The Weavers, Complete" by Gilbert Parker
The frozen road gave out a faint hard resonance under his footsteps.
"Three Soldiers" by John Dos Passos
His voice was deep, resonant, vibrating like a bell.
"Somewhere in France" by Richard Harding Davis
He tried calling Felicia's name, but it seemed even less resonant than Ken's.
"The Happy Venture" by Edith Ballinger Price
Her voice went pealing to the domed ceiling as sweet as a silver bell, resonant as a trumpet.
"Big Timber" by Bertrand W. Sinclair
In fullness and resonance Taylor's diction resembles that of the great orators, though it lacks their nervous energy.
"From Chaucer to Tennyson" by Henry A. Beers
You know the wood has a peculiar resonance and the Mexicans make musical instruments of it.
"Ethel Morton's Enterprise" by Mabell S.C. Smith
A warm, resonant voice, that of a woman, vibrant, but with a deep, melodious softness, broke the silence.
"The Torrent" by Vicente Blasco Ibañez
It is a phenomenon or resonance.
"Scientific American Supplement, No. 586, March 26, 1887" by Various
Every stone in the walls and ceiling, every slab in the floor seemed resonant with silvery tones.
"Yolanda: Maid of Burgundy" by Charles Major
The long-haired priest, too, had a wonderful resonant voice for intoning.
"As Seen By Me" by Lilian Bell
Never was there more resonant gaiety.
"The Man Who Laughs" by Victor Hugo
And then follows a resonant clash with spray of colliding seas.
"Symphonies and Their Meaning; Third Series, Modern Symphonies" by Philip H. Goepp
This last is a kind of wooden stick, made of resonant hard wood, coated over with chicken blood.
"The Head Hunters of Northern Luzon From Ifugao to Kalinga" by Cornelis De Witt Willcox
The valley of the Big Horn was resonant with their homeward yells.
"Red Men and White" by Owen Wister
Hugh saw that he was a very happy man; he was a big fellow, with a sanguine complexion and a resonant voice.
"Beside Still Waters" by Arthur Christopher Benson
His host tapped the resonant gong.
"Peter the Brazen" by George F. Worts
Something deep and resonant vibrated within my brain as I looked out upon this monotonous commonplace landscape.
"A Son of the Middle Border" by Hamlin Garland
Look at their beloved bellies, so smooth, so elastic, so resonant!
"Melomaniacs" by James Huneker
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In poetry:

Foretsts, the clouds of earth,
hold up to the sky their silence,
and clouds from above come down
in resonant showers.
"Fireflies" by Rabindranath Tagore
Thou man of noble mould!
Whose metal grows not cold
Beneath the hammer of the hurrying years;
A fiery breath doth blow
Across its fervid glow,
And still its resonance delights our ears;
"Tribute To Oliver Wendell Holmes" by Julia Ward Howe
Sleep, Sleep, sweet Sleep sleeps at the drifting tiller,
And in our sail the Spirit of the Rain--
Love, love, my love, ah, bid thy heart be stiller,
And, hark! the music of the resonant main.
"One Day And Another: A Lyrical Eclogue – Part II" by Madison Julius Cawein
Ready, clear-eyed, alert,
Mine own I shall assert,
Repeating no man's manner, no man's note;
But gathering from primal sources
The pure and subtle forces
That shall with rarest resonance flood my throat.
"Full-Fledged (Une barbe de jeune dieu)" by Maurice Thompson
Draw nearer. Lo! a voice we hear,
Resonant, soft, pathetic, sweet;
In ringing accents, calm and clear,
He sways the thousands at his feet,
With more than mortal eloquence,
Or man's compassion, in his glance.
"Echoes From Galilee." by Alfred Castner King
Rejoice, ye birds of passage, sing!
Sing notes of offering morn and even,
Make resonant the air of spring;
With modulation sweet, to heaven
Send grateful up a rapturous roundelay,
For Christ our Saviour rose on Easter Day.
"Easter Offering" by George Hannibal Temple

In news:

A year after Steve Jobs' death, his ideas still resonate in two companies.
Resonant Waveguide Grating Biosensor for Living Cell Sensing.
Fry built resonance in relationships by authentically connecting with people, respecting them, and engaging in simple human conversations and activities.
The resonance he created enabled former "enemies" to share a mission and face issues with creativity and commitment.
Working mom's tale is resonating online.
Economic Worries Aren't Resonating on Hill.
TRUMPF Inc, Farmington, Conn. Has announced it has produced its 100th TCF 1 laser resonator, two years after the product's introduction.
We are four games into the 2011 season and the optimism of a "brand new start" is resonating throughout this city.
That resonates in Central New York, where there are more hunting and fishing licenses per capita than in any other area of the state.
'New Book for the Bible' struggles toward resonance.
The air in a shell resonates at a characteristic frequency.
Pushing in from every side are canvases thick with extravagantly manipulated paint, resonant colors and an aura of intense emotional engagement.
At sunrise Sunday, believers in "harmonic convergence" plan to resonate and meditate, hold hands and hum here, preparing for a new age supposedly predicted in Mayan, Aztec and Hopi writings.
It's a deep, resonant rumble.
It was a " shush " that resonated across a roomful of meeting and association professionals.
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In science:

In this proposal, the spins of the electrons in the substrate or cold groundstate atoms trapped above the resonator are used as the ensemble of spins to be placed at an antinode of the resonator’s magnetic field, as shown in Fig. 12.
Hybrid quantum circuits: Superconducting circuits interacting with other quantum systems
Furthermore, one could employ a magnetic field gradient, (z ˆz − y ˆy)∆B/L, to the substrate for a duration τ, where ˆz is along the CPW resonator and ˆy is perpendicular to the plane of the resonator.
Hybrid quantum circuits: Superconducting circuits interacting with other quantum systems
Ref. (Yang et al., 2011a) proposed using a phase qubit, which is capacitively coupled to two CPW resonators, to entangle two spin ensembles placed in these two resonator.
Hybrid quantum circuits: Superconducting circuits interacting with other quantum systems
Thus, storage, readout and transfer of quantum information can be achieved by tuning the frequency of the resonator into resonance with the SC qubit and the spin ensemble.
Hybrid quantum circuits: Superconducting circuits interacting with other quantum systems
The frequency of the resonator was then brought into resonance with the spin ensemble for some duration.
Hybrid quantum circuits: Superconducting circuits interacting with other quantum systems
In such a system, the cooling procedure consists of two parts: a relaxation process (off resonant) and a cooling process (resonant).
Hybrid quantum circuits: Superconducting circuits interacting with other quantum systems
Coupling of these forces to mechanical resonators can also be exploited in mechanical single-electron shuttle devices14 to shuttle electrons oneby-one through the nanomechanical resonator. A carbon nanotube (CNT) is a stiff, bottom-up nanomechanical resonator with a large aspect ratio15 .
Probing the charge of a quantum dot with a nanomechanical resonator
Recently59, different bending modes in CNT quantum dot resonators have experimentally been shown to have strong coupling, resulting in a shift in the resonance frequency of one mode due to the resonance of another mode.
Probing the charge of a quantum dot with a nanomechanical resonator
This is justified for the regime of isolated resonances, i.e. when typical resonance widths are much smaller than the mean separation ∆ between the positions of neighbouring resonances.
S-matrix poles for chaotic quantum systems as eigenvalues of complex symmetric random matrices: from isolated to overlapping resonances
The resonance occurs for neutrinos if δm2 and δb have the opposite sign, and for antineutrinos if they have the same sign. A resonance can occur even when θm and θb are both small, and for all values of η ; if θm = θb, a resonance can occur only if η 6= 0.
Testing Neutrino Properties at Long Baseline Experiments and Neutrino Factories
Examples include a heavy Higgs-like scalar resonance, a heavy Technicolor-like vector resonance and pseudo-Goldstone states, non-resonance signatures via enhanced gauge-boson scattering and fermion compositeness.
Electroweak Symmetry Breaking by Strong Dynamics and the Collider Phenomenology
R and TR are the momentum of the daughter particle in the rest frame of the resonance, the mass of resonance and the slope parameter of the resonance, respectively.
Hydrodynamical description of collective flow
The effect of resonance decays depends on temperature because the relative abundances of particles and resonances depend on temperature – the higher the temperature, the larger the fraction of pions that originates from resonance decays.
Hydrodynamical description of collective flow
Resonances with e = ep are called “coorbital ” resonances since the resonant condition (1) is satis fied whe n the gas orbits at the same angular speed as the planet; coorbital resonances are absent if the planet opens a gap in the disk.
Extrasolar Planet Orbits and Eccentricities
By tuning each junction separately into resonance with the resonator, we first observe strong coupling between each junction and the resonator.
Spectroscopy of Three-Particle Entanglement in a Macroscopic Superconducting Circuit
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