標題: Dynamical modeling and experimental validation of a micro-speaker with corrugated diaphragm for mobile phones
作者: Chao, Paul C. -P.
Wang, I-Ting
電控工程研究所
Institute of Electrical and Control Engineering
公開日期: 1-May-2007
摘要: As the design trend of modern cellular phones evolves to be miniaturization and versatile sound in quality, the electro-mechanical components including the micro-speaker are essential toward size reduction and broad frequency range of sound. To reduce size, a diaphragm type micro-speaker is commonly employed in industry, while to broaden the sound frequency range corrugations on the diaphragm are adopted. The corrugations are generally capable of leading to fairly flat response over a broad range since diaphragm stiffness is decreased in axial direction. To confirm the aforementioned capability, the modeling on a corrugated diaphragm is performed first using finite element method (FEM) to obtain the associated dynamic equations in terms of modal coordinates; then the equations are next combined with the magneto-electrical model of the voice coil motor (VCM) that is attached to the bottom side of the diaphragm. Finally, the acoustic effects of the air inertia on the diaphragm and vents of the outer case are modeled using basic acoustic theories. Assembling all derived system equations and solving them, the frequency response of the micro-speaker in sound pressure level (SPL) can be simulated. It shows that the diaphragm corrugation in fact helps flatten the SPL response of the microspeaker (especially in high frequency range) to lessen sound distortion. Furthermore, the corrugation angle approximately below 45 degrees is favored over other angles or flatter SPL response. Experiments are also conducted to verify the theoretical findings.
URI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00542-006-0336-3
http://hdl.handle.net/11536/4741
ISSN: 0946-7076
DOI: 10.1007/s00542-006-0336-3
期刊: MICROSYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES-MICRO-AND NANOSYSTEMS-INFORMATION STORAGE AND PROCESSING SYSTEMS
Volume: 13
Issue: 8-10
起始頁: 1241
結束頁: 1252
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