Difference between amplifier and oscillators

The main differences between amplifier and oscillators

Amplifier oscillators
Amplifier is an electronic circuit which gives output as amplified form of input. Oscillator is an electronic circuit which gives output without application of input.
The amplifier does not generate any periodic signal. The oscillator is generating of the periodic electronic signal.
Amplifier uses negative feedback. Oscillator uses positive feedback.
Amplifier operates as a multiplier. Oscillator operates as a source
The Amplifier provides amplified signal. Oscillator is gives oscillatory signal.
Amplifiers do nothing till input signal is fed to the input. Oscillators produce signals from the moment of powered.

Differences - amplifier and oscillators


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  1. Uttam parihar M.Sc. Physics

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