Acoustic-surface-wave convolution on crystals of CdS, LiNbO3 and Bi12GeO20

Acoustic-surface-wave convolution on crystals of CdS, LiNbO3 and Bi12GeO20

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The performance of degenerate acoustic-surface-wave convolvers, fabricated on CdS, LiNbO3 and Bi12GeO20, is compared. Measured values of the bilinear coefficient indicate that acoustoelectric bunching can contribute significantly to dynamic range.


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