Is there specific standard ways to generate clocks from oscillators? Referring to generating a square-wave clock from a sinusoidal oscillator output.
I can think of a few circuits involving diodes as well as using a chain of op-amps as comparators that could produce a square wave.
However, both have drawbacks, such as the voltage reference in a comparator drifting resulting in jitter on the output clock over a temperature range.
Are there industry standard schemes for creating clocks from an oscillator output?