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Bias controlled electrostrictive longitudinal resonance in X-cut lithium niobate thin films resonator

Abstract : In this letter, we show that a longitudinal acoustic wave can be generated in X-cut LiNbO(3) (LNO) thin films when a voltage bias is superimposed to the radio frequency signal. Although there is normally no coupling of this wave in X-cut LNO, its electrostrictive behavior combined with bias reaching 3.9 MV/cm induces an electromechanical coupling around 11%. This experiment was performed without acoustic isolation with the LNO substrate (high overtone bulk acoustic resonator configuration).
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M. Pijolat, C. Deguet, C. Billard, D. Mercier, A. Reinhardt, et al.. Bias controlled electrostrictive longitudinal resonance in X-cut lithium niobate thin films resonator. Applied Physics Letters, American Institute of Physics, 2011, 98 (23), pp.232902. ⟨10.1063/1.3598410⟩. ⟨hal-00611487⟩

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