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Beryllium 100 ns acoustic delay line

Beryllium 100 ns acoustic delay line

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A beryllium single crystal is used to fabricate an acoustic delay line. The sputtered ZnO transducers are deposited on the (0001) surfaces. A delay of 110 ns is obtained in the range 1000–2000 MHz with an insertion loss of about 50 dB and spurious responses below 70 dB.

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