Oberflächenwellen

English translation: surface wave or surface acoustic wave / plane wave

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German term or phrase:Oberflächenwellen
English translation:surface wave or surface acoustic wave / plane wave
Entered by: Evert DELOOF-SYS

10:02 Dec 4, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase: Oberflächenwellen
In the context of anti-static shield testing, please pray tell:
1. What is the English equivalent of this?
2. Is it the same as "ebene Welle"?
Parrot
Spain
Local time: 00:59
surface wave or surface acoustic wave / plane wave
Explanation:
Here's Ernst's verdict on the subject:

ebene Welle / plane wave

Oberflächenwelle f (Radio) / surface wave
Oberflächenwellen-Antenne f / surface wave antenna
Oberflächenwellenfilter n, OFW-Filter n / surface acoustic wave filter, SAW-filter

See also
www.ece.rochester.edu:8080/users/elstat/Author_Index.html
www.electrostatics.org/Abstracts/esa98abstracts.html
www.bath.ac.uk/Admin/oes/prog_unit_cat_2000_2001/enap/ENAPU...

HTH!


Selected response from:

Ulrike Lieder
Local time: 15:59
Grading comment
Thanks! I would've liked to know in layman's terms how both were different, but I guess my question didn't cover that.
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nasurface wave or surface acoustic wave / plane wave
Ulrike Lieder


  

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surface wave or surface acoustic wave / plane wave


Explanation:
Here's Ernst's verdict on the subject:

ebene Welle / plane wave

Oberflächenwelle f (Radio) / surface wave
Oberflächenwellen-Antenne f / surface wave antenna
Oberflächenwellenfilter n, OFW-Filter n / surface acoustic wave filter, SAW-filter

See also
www.ece.rochester.edu:8080/users/elstat/Author_Index.html
www.electrostatics.org/Abstracts/esa98abstracts.html
www.bath.ac.uk/Admin/oes/prog_unit_cat_2000_2001/enap/ENAPU...

HTH!




Ulrike Lieder
Local time: 15:59
Native speaker of: German
PRO pts in pair: 3525
Grading comment
Thanks! I would've liked to know in layman's terms how both were different, but I guess my question didn't cover that.
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