Using Atomic Vacancies In Silicon Carbide To Measure The Stability And Quality Of Acoustic Resonators

A technical paper titled “Spin-acoustic control of silicon vacancies in 4H silicon carbide” was published by researchers at Harvard University and Purdue University. Abstract: "Bulk acoustic resonators can be fabricated on the same substrate as other components and can operate at various frequencies with high quality factors. Mechanical dynamic metrology of these devices is challenging as... » read more

Toward Better Acoustic Resonators

After some lively conversations with the top researchers in MEMS acoustic resonators during the 2014 Sensors and Actuators Workshop (familiarly known to the MEMS community as “Hilton Head”), we set to work on a simulation solution to better serve researchers and commercial designers. Acoustic resonators for RF filtering have received a lot of attention in the past few years as the number... » read more