1 edition of Tuneable Film Bulk Acoustic Wave Resonators found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Spartak Sh Gevorgian, Alexander K Tagantsev, Andrei K Vorobiev|
|Series||Engineering Materials and Processes|
|Contributions||Tagantsev, Alexander K., Vorobiev, Andrei K., SpringerLink (Online service)|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||XVIII, 243 p. 107 illus., 38 illus. in color.|
|Number of Pages||243|
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Tuneable Film Bulk Acoustic Wave Resonators discusses FBAR need, physics, designs, modelling, fabrication and applications. Tuning of the resonant frequency of the FBARs is considered. Cite this chapter as: Gevorgian S.S., Tagantsev A.K., Vorobiev A.K. () Erratum to: Tuneable Film Bulk Acoustic Wave Resonators.
In: Tuneable Film Bulk Acoustic Author: Spartak Sh. Gevorgian, Alexander K. Tagantsev, Andrei K. Vorobiev. Zinc-oxide-based thin-film bulk acoustic wave (BAW) resonators operating at MHz are investigated with respect to variation of dimensions of a boundary frame spurious mode suppression structure.
eling tunable bulk acoustic resonators based on induced piezoelec- tric eﬀect in BaTiO 3 and Ba 0. 25 Sr 0. 75 TiO 3 ﬁlms,” J. Appl. Phys., vol.no. 1, pp. –1–6, The concept of the frequency switching in the composite bulk acoustic wave (BAW) resonators based on the thin films of paraelectric phase ferroelectrics is Cited by:.