Contour-mode piezoelectric MEMS resonators have been widely studied as oneof potential components for future multi-band RF solution based on cognitiveradio technology, because its resonant frequency is generally determined by thesize and shape. To apply them to applications at frequency of higher thanhundreds MHz, a specific higher mode should be strongly excited. However, it isoften difficult, because the higher order vibration is a compound mode includingradial and rotational displacements. In this study, the displacementdistributions of higher order wine-glass modes of disk-type resonators werederived from FEM modal analysis. Then, mechanically-coupled disk-array filterswith baseball-type and doughnut-type electrodes were fabricated and tested.Using the doughnut-type electrodes, (2. 6) mode was selectively excited, and afilter characteristic at a center frequency of 500.3 MHz was obtained. It wasnumerically and experimentally confirmed that a well-designed electrode patternenhanced a specific vibration mode and suppressed other modes by comparingdifferent electrode patterns.