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VHF Tunability Measurements of Ferroelectric Materials Using Doubly Reentrant Cavities

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Author(s)

Richard G. Geyer, William E. McKinzie

Abstract

A transfer matrix Transmission line method is applied to a modified doubly-reentrant cavity for evaluating the tunable properties of bulk ferroelectric materials at rf frequencies. The transverse resonator impedance of the equivalent circuit model of the modified doubly-reentrant cavity provides a convenient approach for resonant fixture design and ferroelectric speciment permittivity evaluation under application of a tuning bias.
Citation
Ceramic Transactions

Keywords

ferroelectric, permittivity, reentrant cavity, transfer matrix, tunability

Citation

Geyer, R. and McKinzie, W. (2001), VHF Tunability Measurements of Ferroelectric Materials Using Doubly Reentrant Cavities, Ceramic Transactions (Accessed February 27, 2024)
Created May 31, 2001, Updated October 12, 2021