Generation of surface acoustic waves using the electrostrictive effect

Generation of surface acoustic waves using the electrostrictive effect

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Surface acoustic waves have been generated and detected on a biased electrostrictive substrate. A delay line with an insertion loss of 26 dB at 77 K has been constructed on strontium titanate. The temperature and electric-field dependence of the insertion loss are given.


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