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Parametric interaction of acoustic-surface wedge waves

Parametric interaction of acoustic-surface wedge waves

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A slow nondispersive antisymmetric flexural wave is tightly bound to the apex of a wedge. An acoustic convolver, which takes advantage of its characteristics to enhance efficiency, is described. It is demonstrated that wedge waves can be generated and tapped using photolithographically defined transducers.

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