Dispersion Diagram of a Thin-Film BAW Structure
Application ID: 67771
This model shows how to create dispersion diagrams from simulation results by extending the tutorial Thin-Film BAW Composite Resonator. The dispersion curve can be plotted against both real and imaginary values of the wave number, corresponding to the propagating modes and evanescent modes, respectively. Each mode can also be visualized by plotting its displacement field. The consideration about such propagating and evanescent modes is an important part of the process in selecting appropriate design parameters for the layer structure of a BAW resonator.
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