What do you mean by the term Oscillator

What do you mean by the term Oscillator?

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The oscillator is a circuit which makes a waveform output from the direct current input. The two main kinds of oscillator are harmonic and relaxation. The harmonic oscillators encompass smooth curved waveforms whereas the relaxation oscillators encompass waveforms with sharp modifications.

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