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Harmonic admittance and dispersion equations-the theorem [SAWs in periodic electrode arrays]

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3 Author(s)
Plessky, V.P. ; Thales Microsonics, SAW Design Bur., Neuchatel, Switzerland ; Biryukov, S.V. ; Koskela, J.

The harmonic admittance is known as a powerful tool for analyzing the excitation and propagation of surface acoustic waves (SAWs) in periodic electrode arrays. In particular, the dispersion relationships for open- and short-circuited systems are indicated, respectively, by the zeros and poles of the harmonic admittance. Here, we show that a strict reverse relationship also exists: the harmonic admittance of a periodic system of electrodes may always be expressed as the ratio of two determinants, which have been specifically constructed to describe the eigenmodes of the open- and short-circuited systems. There is no need to solve these equations to find the admittance. The existence of a connection between the excitation and propagation problems was recognized within the coupling-of-modes theory by Chen and Haus (1985) and was recently used to model surface transverse waves by Koskela et al. (1998), but a rigorous mathematical proof was only found later by Biryukov (2000). Here, we reproduce this theorem in detail, give some examples of calculations based on this theorem, and compare the results with measured admittance curves.

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Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:49 ,  Issue: 4 )

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April 2002

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