A Characterization of Saw Filters’ Vibrational Sensitivity
AbstractA novel characterization method for discrete saw filters’ vibrational sensitivity is presented. The proposed approach allows the characterization of filters under vibrations and the extraction of a behavioural model. Filters are assumed to be transducers so that external induced vibrational energy is partially transformed in an undesired simultaneous amplitude and phase modulation of the input RF signal. When the filter is mechanically excited with vibrations, it introduces spurious amplitude and phase modulation to the input signal that can potentially affect the link quality. View Full-Text
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Rossi, M. A Characterization of Saw Filters’ Vibrational Sensitivity. Vibration 2018, 1, 4.
Rossi M. A Characterization of Saw Filters’ Vibrational Sensitivity. Vibration. 2018; 1(1):4.Chicago/Turabian Style
Rossi, Massimiliano. 2018. "A Characterization of Saw Filters’ Vibrational Sensitivity." Vibration 1, no. 1: 4.
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