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Microwave dielectric properties of MO–La2O3–TiO2 (M = Ca, Sr, Ba) ceramics

  • Isuhak Naseemabeevi Jawahar (a1), Narayana Iyer Santha (a1), Mailadil Thomas Sebastian (a1) and Pezholil Mohanan (a2)

Abstract

Single-phase polycrystalline ceramics in the MO–La2O3–TiO2 (M = Ca, Sr, Ba) system, such as cation-deficient hexagonal perovskites CaLa4Ti4O15, SrLa4Ti4O15, BaLa4Ti4O15, and Ca2La4Ti5O18 and the orthorhombic phases CaLa4Ti5O17 and CaLa8Ti9O31, were prepared through the solid-state ceramic route. The phases and structure of the ceramics were analyzed through x-ray diffraction and scanning electron microscopy. The microwave dielectric properties of the ceramics were studied using a network analyzer. The investigated ceramics show high εr in the range 42 to 54, high quality factors with Q ×f in the range 16,222 to 50,215 GHz, and low Tf in the range –25 to +6 ppm / °C. These high dielectric constant materials with high Q × f up to 50,215 GHz are suitable for applications where narrow bandwidth and extremely low insertion loss is necessary, especially at frequencies around 1.9 GHz.

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Microwave dielectric properties of MO–La2O3–TiO2 (M = Ca, Sr, Ba) ceramics

  • Isuhak Naseemabeevi Jawahar (a1), Narayana Iyer Santha (a1), Mailadil Thomas Sebastian (a1) and Pezholil Mohanan (a2)

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