surface acoustic wave


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surface acoustic wave

n
(Electronics) an acoustic wave generated on the surface of a piezoelectric substrate: used as a filter in electronic circuits
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ACT) delay lines use both surface acoustic wave propagation and charge transportation techniques.
The new duplexer is a petite 5 mm by 5 mm by 1mm (nominal), fully 82 percent smaller than first generation surface acoustic wave (SAW) duplexers and a whopping 97 percent smaller than the ceramic solution.
Also, RF360 Holdings will have a comprehensive set of filters and filter technologies, including surface acoustic wave (SAW), temperature-compensated surface acoustic wave (TC-SAW) and bulk acoustic wave (BAW), to support the wide range of frequency bands being deployed in networks across the globe.
This acquisition reportedly expands the company's microwave capabilities to include surface acoustic wave (SAW) products and technology.
ILSI America has announced a family of surface acoustic wave (SAW) filters in ultra small SMD packages for mobile devices.
It is for these reasons that until now, most applications for phase-locked surface acoustic wave (SAW) and STW VCOs have been military.
Spectrum Control said the acquisition expands its microwave capabilities to include surface acoustic wave ('SAW') products and technology.
Sound-and-image quality requires digital transmission, and is enhanced with surface acoustic wave (SAW) filters used for signal processing in the second IF stage.
In addition, the team's pioneering research of surface acoustic wave components has led to miniature components being used in E-3A, B-1B, the AN/FPS-113 radar and the Patriot missile systems.
RF Monolithics Inc (RFM)(Nasdaq:RFMI), a provider of solutions-driven, technology-enabled wireless connectivity, announced on Tuesday the shipment of its one hundred millionth surface acoustic wave (SAW) filter used in satellite digital radio receivers.