IEEE CENTRAL COAST FREE EVENT – 16 August @ 6PM – DR. GREGORY C. DYER OF RESONANT INC. “XBAR AND THE 5G ACOUSTIC FILTER LANDSCAPE”
In-Person Location – Rusty’s Pizza 5934 Calle Real, Goleta, CA 93117 or Optional Virtual Webex Attendance
6:00 PM – Complimentary Pizza, Salad, Beverage
6:25 PM – Central Coast Status
6:30 PM – Dr. Dyer Presents
Please join us on August 16 when Dr. Greg Dyer of Resonant Inc. will be speaking on acoustic resonator and filter physics in his talk “XBAR and the 5G Acoustic Filter Landscape”. Guests are welcome. Please Register everyone @ Register Link below. Note Attendance Type: In-Person or Virtual.
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“XBAR AND THE 5G ACOUSTIC FILTER LANDSCAPE”
Abstract: Acoustic filters are a foundational component of the radio frequency front end (RFFE) modules that enable today’s compact, high performance, wide bandwidth mobile phones. These passive devices are composed of acoustic resonator networks that have a high selectivity, low-loss bandpass RF filter
response. Additionally, state-of-the-art acoustic filters have footprints of 1 square millimeter while
operating at input power levels on the order of one Watt. In this talk, we will survey the core acoustic
filter technologies, with an emphasis on transversely excited bulk acoustic resonator (XBAR) filters. We
will discuss acoustic resonator and filter physics, and highlight the differentiating attributes that the
XBAR technology provides for Fifth Generation (5G) telecommunications and beyond.
Speaker’s bio: Dr. Gregory C. Dyer is a Principal Device Engineer and Manager at Resonant, a Murata Company. He holds a BA degree in physics and Russian from Grinnell College and a PhD in condensed matter physics from The University California Santa Barbara. He has over a decade of experience with research laboratories and in industry product development, spanning the electromagnetic spectrum from VHF to the infrared, at both the component and system levels. He is currently a core team member in the development of transversely excited bulk acoustic resonator (XBAR) filters that achieve best-in-class loss, selectivity, and power performance. His research interests have encompassed RF acoustic filters and sensors, low dimensional electronic structures, applied electromagnetics, and THz and mm Wave detectors and devices. He has authored 14 peer reviewed manuscripts and has more than two dozen patents pending in the domain of RF, mmWave, and THz device physics.