Improvements in surface-acoustic-wave pulse-compression filters

Improvements in surface-acoustic-wave pulse-compression filters

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Computer simulations have been used to compare the performance of two common surface-acoustic-wave pulse-compressor geometries. Experimental results demonstrate that the desirable properties of both are achieved in a single device by using ‘inclined’ transducers, which give improved performance over large fractional bandwidths.


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