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Sources of third–order intermodulation distortion in bulk acoustic wave devices: a phenomenological approach

Author
Rocas, E.; Collado, J.
Type of activity
Book chapter
Book
Acoustic waves : from microdevices to helioseismology
First page
483
Last page
500
Publisher
InTech
Date of publication
2011
ISBN
978-953-307-572-3 Open in new window
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/15092 Open in new window
URL
http://www.intechweb.org/books/show/title/acoustic-waves-from-microdevices-to-helioseismology Open in new window
Abstract
In this work, a model that uses several nonlinear parameters to predict harmonics and 3IMD distortion is presented. Its novelty lies in its ability to predict the nonlinear effects produced by self-heating in addition to those due to intrinsic nonlinearities in the material properties. The model can be considered an extension of the nonlinear KLM model (originally proposed by Krimholtz, Leedom and Matthaei) (Krimholtz et al., 1970) to include the thermal effects due to self-heating caused by vis...
Citation
Rocas, E.; Collado, J. Sources of third–order intermodulation distortion in bulk acoustic wave devices: a phenomenological approach. A: "Acoustic waves : from microdevices to helioseismology". Vukovar: In-Teh (www.intechweb.org), 2011, p. 483-500.
Group of research
CSC - Components and Systems for Communications Research Group

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