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1994 Proceedings of IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium, 1994
The relative fraction r of the elastic energy of an acoustic mode localized in a supported film is shown to play an important role in some applications of layered structures such as electroelastic effect, gas sensing and acoustic characterization. Computer simulation of the parameter r as a function of the film thickness normalized to the acoustic wavelength is performed for ...
1994 Proceedings of IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium, 1994
In this report we develop investigations which have been made to study the energy distribution of different types of surface acoustic waves in several devices using quartz and lithium niobate. The observations were performed with X-ray topographs obtained by the use of the synchrotron radiation. The time structure of the X-rays has permitted stroboscopic observations of the amplitude and phase ...
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The relative fraction r of the elastic energy of an acoustic mode localized in a supported film is shown to play an important role in some applications of layered structures such as electroelastic effect, gas sensing and acoustic characterization. Computer simulation of the parameter r as a function of the film thickness normalized to the acoustic wavelength is performed for different possible material combinations in accordance with Farnell-Adler's scheme. Some general features of the parameter r are discussed. Measurements of acoustic attenuation and temperature coefficient of delay, are shown to correlate with the behavior of this parameter for Rayleigh and Sezawa modes and for both conditions of slow film on fast substrate and fast film on slow substrate. The analysis and experiments have been carried out on layered structures made of AlN and ZnO films on glass, fused quartz, and Si substrates
In this report we develop investigations which have been made to study the energy distribution of different types of surface acoustic waves in several devices using quartz and lithium niobate. The observations were performed with X-ray topographs obtained by the use of the synchrotron radiation. The time structure of the X-rays has permitted stroboscopic observations of the amplitude and phase distributions of the Rayleigh waves across the devices. Bragg and Laue patterns were obtained in order to analyse the components of the displacements. The most important results concern the interactions between the dislocations and the SAW
There has been a historical trend to reduce feature sizes in solid-state devices and circuits to improve performance and achieve higher packing density. The fundamental limits and practical problems associated with smaller features will be examined, citing the impact of emerging pattern generation technologies, such as electron-beam and x-ray lithography, on circuits with features below 1 μm.
This paper proposes a focusing method based on multiple scanning of a device surface to be observed, which is particularly-suitable for a fast-mechanical- scanning and phase-sensitive laser probe for radio frequency (RF) surface and bulk acoustic wave (SAW/BAW) devices. When high spatial resolution is required for the observation, one needs an objective lens of large magnifying power with extremely shallow focal depth. Accordingly, an uneven surface and tiny inclination of a BAW device cause acquired images a considerable defocus, by which it is difficult to obtain precise and reliable field quantities related to acoustic waves in the device. The proposed method is shown to be most effective in avoiding this sort of defocus and able to focus the entire surface. By this method, for example, we could clearly observe power leakage in an FBAR structure.
This paper describes a focus adjustment system particularly designed for the fast-mechanical-scanning and phase-sensitive laser probe for radio frequency (RF) surface and bulk acoustic wave (SAW/BAW) devices. When high spatial resolution is necessary for the observation, one needs an objective lens of large magnifying power with extremely shallow focal depth. Then a tiny inclination of a measurement device may cause severe defocus resulting in blurred images. We installed the focus adjustment system in the laser probe, and showed that even there is the inclination, high quality information of the wave field can be acquired without slowing down the scanning speed. The laser probe with the focus adjustment function is applied to the characterization of RF SAW devices operated in 2 GHz range. It is shown the spatial resolution better than 0.5 mum is obtainable.
In this paper, we discuss the nonlinear performance difference between surface acoustic wave (SAW) and bulk acoustic wave (BAW) resonators, which are inter- modulation-distortion (IMD) and triple-beat (TB) products, and indicate the importance to reduce even-order nonlinearity of BAW resonator. Then, we were able to validate the accuracy and efficiency of our proposed simulation technique on BAW devices by comparing our simulation with experimental data. We verified that our circuit model is a high-performance tool that can be used to predict BAW device nonlinearities. Finally, we produced the thin film bulk acoustic resonator (FBAR) duplexer with highly linear performances for wideband code division multiple access (WCDMA) band 1.
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