Acoustic FBAR for filters, duplexers and front end modules

@article{Ruby2004AcousticFF,
  title={Acoustic FBAR for filters, duplexers and front end modules},
  author={Rich Ruby and Paul Bradley and D. Clark and D. Feld and Tiberiu Jamneala and Kun Wang},
  journal={2004 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium Digest (IEEE Cat. No.04CH37535)},
  year={2004},
  volume={2},
  pages={931-934 Vol.2}
}
Agilent first proposed using FBAR for CDMA PCS duplexers in 1999. The first commercial product was offered in 2001. Since then, Agilent's share of PCS duplexer "phone slots" has increased from thousands per month to millions per month. The number of design wins in new phones surpassed 60 by Fall of 2003 and continues to grow. The first commercialized FBAR PCS duplexer, used two FBAR die (Rx and Tx) packaged into two LCC packages and then mounted on a small, pc board. The next generation… CONTINUE READING
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