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Design criteria for surface-acoustic-wave convolvers

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The effect of acoustic dispersion and attenuation on the performance of surface acoustic wave convolvers is shown to be equivalent to an ideal convolver in cascade with a linear time-invariant filter. Using this result calculations of the implementation loss due to acoustic dispersion and attenuation, transducer bandpass response, and input/output matching networks are given showing the effects of phase and amplitude responses which are representative of typical convolver designs.

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Proceedings of the IEEE  (Volume:69 ,  Issue: 3 )