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Fred S. Hickernell

Researcher at Motorola

Publications -  52
Citations -  1576

Fred S. Hickernell is an academic researcher from Motorola. The author has contributed to research in topics: Surface acoustic wave & Thin film. The author has an hindex of 20, co-authored 52 publications receiving 1557 citations. Previous affiliations of Fred S. Hickernell include University of Central Florida.

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Method of making a monolithic thin film resonator lattice filter

TL;DR: In this article, a monolithic thin film resonator, lattice filter including spaced apart strips of a conductive film positioned on a substrate so as to define a first set of I/O terminals, a layer of piezoelectric material positioned on the conductive material, and spaced apart conductive strips of the material orthogonal to the first strips to form cross-over areas, each defining a thin-film resonator and a second set of terminals.
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dc triode sputtered zinc oxide surface elastic wave transducers

TL;DR: In this article, the properties of dc triode sputtered zinc oxide film transducers on fused quartz and oxidized silicon have been investigated at frequencies near 16 and above 200 MHz.
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Zinc Oxide Films for Acoustoelectric Device Applications

TL;DR: Avantages des dispositifs acoustoelectriques a ondes acoustiques de surface utilisant une couche piezoelectrique de ZnO deposee sur un substrat semiconducteur as discussed by the authors.
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Zinc-oxide thin-film surface-wave transducers

TL;DR: In this paper, the authors summarized a body of knowledge which has been developed on the characteristics of transducer quality ZnO film layers, and focused attention on those sputtering parameters and microstructural properties which characterize a superior surface-wave transducers.
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The experimental and theoretical characterization of the SAW propagation properties for zinc oxide films on silicon carbide

TL;DR: Theoretical analysis of HVPSAW has revealed the existence of a previously unknown high velocity SAW (HVSAW), which has been analyzed as functions of depth and confirmed its pure surface, one-partial character.