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resonator

 [rez´o-na″tor]
1. an instrument used to intensify sounds.
2. an electric circuit in which oscillations of a certain frequency are set up by oscillations of the same frequency in another circuit.

res·o·na·tor

(rez'ō-nā'tŏr),
A device for employing inductance to create an electric current of very high potential and small volume.

resonator

/res·o·na·tor/ (rez´o-na″ter)
1. an instrument used to intensify sounds.
2. an electric circuit in which oscillations of a certain frequency are set up by oscillations of the same frequency in another circuit.

resonator

1. an instrument used to intensify sounds.
2. an electric circuit in which oscillations of a certain frequency are set up by oscillations of the same frequency in another circuit.

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Vilcot, "Tunable band-strop defected ground structure resonator using reconfigurable dumbbell-shaped coplanar waveguide," IEEE Trans.
Yang, "Design of compact, wide stopband bandpass filter using stepped impedance resonator," Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, Vol.
Yet, for a more uniform field excitation along the axis of a thick resonator, the case of a [much less than] b (wide E-wall) has also been employed (with a = 4 mm and b = 40 mm at the same [E.
In this letter, a compact coupled-line hairpin resonator has been proposed and used for designing a novel harmonic-suppressed BPF.
Transforming from the lower interface ' V to the lower resonator interface ' ' as observed from Fig.
Koch, "High Q-factor metasurfaces based on miniaturized asymmetric single split resonator," Appl.
Results calculated for this simple mathematical model showed that for correct signal decomposition is very important mainly value of viscous damping of the resonators and also value of stiffness of connection springs between neighbor resonators.
Maximum amplitude of displacement of the resonators which vibrate at their eigenfrequencies in a steady state is following:
Lutz invented the quadratic-shaped resonator as well as EpiPoly encapsulation, key to low-cost MEMS plastic packaging.
A 200-mm CMOS wafer fabrication process for reduced lot-to-lot MEMS resonator variation, industry standard QFN (Quad Flat No-Lead) packaging, and a COL (Chip On Lead) assembly process improves reliability while reducing assembly costs.
These microwave applications include alarm systems, antennas, base station resonators, combiners, dielectric resonator oscillators, doppler radar systems, down converters, inductors, low noise blocks, microwave filters and voltage-controlled oscillators.