The session presents advancements in design, model, simulation and experimental results of Lithium Niobate-based SAW and lamb wave resonators to address sub-5 GHz applications and beyond 6GHz up to 19 GHz. The material use different cuts of Lithium Niobate to address different applications. A technique to place poles and zeros during a filter design phase is presented.
Only due to persistent progress in phased-array beamforming technologies and techniques did phased-arrays move from the defense and space domains into a multitude of applications, including much lower-cost commercial applications. In this session, progress is reported on digital as well as analog implementations. Aspects including wideband beamforming, mutual coupling, calibration and tracking are covered, even addressing flexible phased-array sheets.