interdigital transducer

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interdigital transducer

[‚in·tər′dij·əd·əl tranz′dü·sər]
(electronics)
Two interlocking comb-shaped metallic patterns applied to a piezoelectric substrate such as quartz or lithium niobate, used for converting microwave voltages to surface acoustic waves, or vice versa.
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The general papers describes a method for calculating the optical transmission properties of silicon wafers, investigate ultrasonic signal attenuation in syntactic foams filled with rubber particles, and develop a gold-on- PVDF interdigitated transducer for slow Lamb wave structure monitoring.