microwave acoustics

microwave acoustics

[′mī·krə‚wāv ə′küs·tiks]
(acoustics)
The production and study of elastic vibrations in materials at microwave frequencies, on the order of 109 to 1011 hertz, such as in single-crystal delay lines used in radar systems.
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He is currently a Regents' Professor in electrical engineering with research interests in microwave ferrite materials and devices, microwave components and microwave acoustics. He is the author of a recent review titled "A Generation of Microwave Ferrite Devices," published in the Proceedings of the IEEE.
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