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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The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global bulk acoustic wave (BAW) RF filter market for 2016-2020.
Lukaszek and A, Ballato, "Microwave Frequency Sources Employing Shallow Bulk Acoustic Wave Devices," Microwave Journal, Vol.
Akoustis' patent-pending Bulk ONE technology produces single crystal, piezoelectric bulk acoustic wave (BAW) filters to maximise mobile device performance and minimise energy demands.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 23, 2015-Akoustis signs agreement for exclusive rights to single crystal patents for Bulk Acoustic Wave (BAW) RF filters
Akoustis is a high-tech RF filter solutions company that manufactures its unique, patent-pending Bulk ONE technology to produce single-crystal bulk acoustic wave (BAW) filters for the mobile-wireless industry.
Most of the technology was developed between 1965 and 1980, with some refinements, such as shallow bulk acoustic waves, (SBAW), surface skimming bulk waves, (SSBW) and SAW-based acoustic charge transport (ACT), which were developed between 1980 and 1989.