bulk acoustic wave


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bulk acoustic wave

[¦bəlk ə′kü·stik ′wāv]
(acoustics)
An acoustic wave that travels through a piezoelectric material, as in a quartz delay line. Also known as volume acoustic wave.
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Exhibit 3: Global Bulk Acoustic Wave Devices Market by Unit Shipment 2012-2016 (millions)
Exhibit 4: Global Bulk Acoustic Wave Devices Market by Geographical Segmentation 2012
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In addition to their traditional functions in national defense and industrial applications, bulk acoustic wave technologies are becoming a significant component of the world's consumer electronics market.
Within this time period, bulk acoustic wave devices have emerged rapidly as a passive sensor having diverse application; as a consequence, the use of this technology is changing fast, and we wanted to conduct a thorough and detailed analysis and project its growth potential.
We have compiled a study of current bulk acoustic wave devices and new emerging bulk acoustic wave sensor technologies.
The scope of this study encompasses the major types of bulk acoustic wave (BAW) technologies.
We examine government regulation and bulk acoustic wave industry organizations and activities in major regions of the world.
BCC presents an analysis, by each bulk acoustic wave technology type, of the estimated demand for filters and duplexers in 2010.
We also spoke with manufacturers of various bulk acoustic wave technology types in the United States and manufacturers' associations in Japan.