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2009 IEEE Conference on the History of Technical Societies

We will invite papers on the history of the engineering profession, particularly on the role of professional societies in engineering, and emphasis will be on the technical fields served by the IEEE. We expect that historians and engineers will propose papers on publications, standards, professional ethics, and other aspects of the engineering profession. We expect that the majority of papers will deal with the history of particular professional organizations.



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Medical Imaging, IEEE Transactions on

Imaging methods applied to living organisms with emphasis on innovative approaches that use emerging technologies supported by rigorous physical and mathematical analysis and quantitative evaluation of performance.


Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control, IEEE Transactions on

IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control was the number-three journal in acoustics in 2002, according to the annual Journal Citation Report (2002 edition) published by the Institute for Scientific Information. This publication focuses on the theory, design, and application on generation, transmission, and detection of bulk and surface mechanical waves; fundamental studies in physical acoustics; design of sonic ...



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1987 Index IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control

IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control, 1987

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2013 IUS-ISAF-PEM-IFCS-EFTF Joint Conference: 21–25 July

IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control, 2013

Abstract submission: December 7, 2012 - March 1, 2013


IEEE Open Access Publishing

IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control, 2013

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Erratum - Correction to: "Comparison of Cepstrum-Based Methods for Radial Blind Deconvolution of Ultrasound Images", Vol. 44, No. 3, p. 666.

IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control, 1997

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Improved screening ability of ferroelectric- semiconductor interface

IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control, 2011

Recent progress in integrating ferroelectrics directly on silicon opens the exciting possibility of implementing ferroelectric-semiconductor devices. One of the major problems for such integration is the instability of the ferroelectric state in very thin films, which is mainly controlled by the screening ability of the ferroelectric-semiconductor interface. We show here that the presence of built-in potential in the semiconductor can ...


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  • 1987 Index IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control

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  • 2013 IUS-ISAF-PEM-IFCS-EFTF Joint Conference: 21–25 July

    Abstract submission: December 7, 2012 - March 1, 2013

  • IEEE Open Access Publishing

    Learn more about IEEE Open Access Publishing: www.ieee.org/open-access

  • Erratum - Correction to: "Comparison of Cepstrum-Based Methods for Radial Blind Deconvolution of Ultrasound Images", Vol. 44, No. 3, p. 666.

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  • Improved screening ability of ferroelectric- semiconductor interface

    Recent progress in integrating ferroelectrics directly on silicon opens the exciting possibility of implementing ferroelectric-semiconductor devices. One of the major problems for such integration is the instability of the ferroelectric state in very thin films, which is mainly controlled by the screening ability of the ferroelectric-semiconductor interface. We show here that the presence of built-in potential in the semiconductor can strongly influence the screening ability of the interface. The built-in potential depends on the electron affinities and surface states density and can be controlled by choosing the materials carefully.

  • An improved range-resolution pulse-echo technique by means of vectorial-network-analyzer-based frequency-domain testing

    A particular procedure is suggested to implement a high-range-resolution pulse-echo ultrasound technique by means of a frequency-domain exploration of the tested device and a successive Fourier inverse transformation of the measured data. The improvement with respect to conventional methods is estimated, and an experimental setup based on the use of a commercially available vectorial network analyzer is presented.<<ETX>>

  • Errata for "Phase-based block matching applied to motion estimation with unconventional beamforming strategies" [May 09 945-957]

    On page 948 of the original publication of this paper (ibid., vol. 56, no. 5, pp. 945-957, May 09), several characters were inadvertently switched during production. The corrected text is presented here.

  • Electroacoustic SAW interaction in strontium titanate

    This paper deals with a theoretical investigation into the influence of external electric fields with varying orientation on the velocity of Rayleigh surface acoustic waves (SAW) for (001), (110), and (111) crystallographic planes. The contribution of different nonlinear effects to the SAW velocity variation under the action of external fields is analyzed both for a mechanically squeezed and for a free crystal state. Nonlinear electrostriction has been found to contribute more substantially to the variation of SAW velocity than linear electrostriction. It turns out that because of the linear electrostriction, an external field always provides a greater SAW velocity for all directions of propagation and orientations of saggital plane and the inclusion of nonlinear electrostriction for many propagation directions causes the SAW velocity to decrease. The greatest SAW velocity variation is shown to be 0.016% for the [11~0] propagation direction in the (110) metallized plane at E=20 kV/cm (E/spl par/[110]), i.e., two to three times magnitude less than the appropriate variation of the bulk acoustic wave velocity. Theoretical conclusions are in agreement with experimentally found dependences.

  • Distortion cancellation performance of miniature delay filters for feed-forward linear power amplifiers

    The technique of feed-forward amplitude control has been widely used in the linearization of power amplifiers for wireless communication systems. In this technique, an error signal due to third order intermodulation distortion (IMD) is extracted, amplified, and used to correct the delayed main line distorted signal. For example, a miniature prototype base station for the Global System for Mobile Communications/Code Division Multiple Access (GSM/CDMA) cellular system uses feed-forward amplifiers with bulky and expensive coaxial cables, about 20 feet in length, to provide about 25 ns of delay. This paper shows alternate space-saving approaches of achieving these delays using three different types of delay filters: electromagnetic interdigital/lumped (<2.5"), ceramic (<1.8"), and ladder-type surface acoustic wave (SAW) (0.15"). The delay lines introduce phase and amplitude imbalance and delay mismatch in the linearization loop due to fabrication tolerances. These adversely affect the IMD cancellation. Using an RF system simulation tool, this paper critically compares the IMD cancellation performance achieved using the three technologies. Simulation results show that the optimization of delay mismatch can achieve the desired cancellation more easily than other parameters. It is shown that, if the critical system parameter (phase deviation from linearity), is maintained at <2.5/spl deg/ peak-to-peak over a 20 MHz bandwidth in the frequency range 855 MHz to 875 MHz, one can achieve 25 dB of IMD cancellation performance. This paper concludes with the suggestion of a set of realistic specifications for a miniature delay filter for the low power loop of the feed-forward amplifier.

  • High-rangeability ultrasonic gas flowmeter for monitoring flare gas

    A transit-time ultrasonic gas flowmeter for high-rangeability requirements, such as those encountered in flare-gas flow-metering, is presented. The concept of ray rescue angle for the orientation of the ultrasonic transducers in single-beam transit-time ultrasonic flowmeters is introduced to overcome the problem of ultrasonic beam drift in high-velocity flows. To overcome problems associated with noise at high velocities, a chirp signal is used. To preserve the accuracy of the meter at low velocities near zero flow, a combination of chirp and continuous-wave signals is used to interrogate the flow. Overall system performance is presented, based on results from extensive wind-tunnel tests.<<ETX>>



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