INVESTIGATION OF LARGE SIGNAL MICROWAVE EFFECTS IN FERROELECTRIC MATERIALS.
Quarterly rept. no. 3, 1 Jan-31 Mar 64,
SPERRY RAND CORP CLEARWATER FLA SPERRY MICROWAVE ELECTRONICS DIV
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Theory and techniques are discussed, and experimental results are reported, for measurements on selected ferroelectrics of interest in this program. The measurements include 1 Insertion loss and phase shift as a function of biasing voltage at 35 Gc, 2 Insertion loss and phase shift as a function of sample temperature at 35 Gc, 3 Dielectric constant as a function of sample temperature at 0.5 Kc, 1 Kc, and 2 Kc, and 4 Quarter-wave transformer applications. The ferroelectrics studied include series of barium-strontium titanates, barium-strontium-nickel titanates and lead-strontium titanates, and single crystal triglycine sulfate.