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Towards biodegradable wireless implants
Two concepts for partially/fully biodegradable wireless implants are discussed, the ultimate goal being to obtain a fully biodesgradable sensor for in vivo sensing.
Digitally-tunable mems filter using mechanically-coupled resonator array
This paper reports on the design of a bandwidth-tunable RF MEMS filter using a series-coupled array of dielectrically-transduced square-extensional mode resonators. The proposed digital tuning scheme
On-chip, high-sensitivity temperature sensors based on dye-doped solid-state polymer microring lasers
We developed a chip-scale temperature sensor with a high sensitivity of 228.6 pm/°C based on a rhodamine 6G (R6G)-doped SU-8 whispering gallery mode microring laser. The optical mode was largely
Monolithic optofluidic ring resonator lasers created by femtosecond laser nanofabrication.
Detailed analysis shows that the Q-factor of the optofluidic ring resonator is 3.3 × 10(4), which is limited by both solvent absorption and scattering loss, suggesting the feasibility of using a femtosecond laser to create high quality optical cavities.
Dielectrically Transduced Single-Ended to Differential MEMS Filter
This technology provides 1MHz channel select filtering while eliminating the need for RF switches and baluns in front-end transceivers and achieves 8dB insertion loss with -50dB stop-band rejection and -48dB common-mode suppression.
Performance comparison of Pb(Zr0.52Ti0.48)O3-only and Pb(Zr0.52Ti0.48)O3-on-silicon resonators
This paper provides a quantitative comparison and explores the design space of lead zirconium titanate (PZT)–only and PZT-on-silicon length-extensional mode resonators for incorporation into radio
Channel-Select Micromechanical Filters Using High-K Dielectrically Transduced MEMS Resonators
This paper demonstrates electrically and mechanically coupled channel-select filters comprised of dielectrically transduced thickness shear mode resonators. The filters are fabricated on the 3.2 μm
Development and characterization of biodegradable conductive polymers for the next generation of RF bio-resonators
The objective of this research is to develop a completely polymeric and biodegradable RF driven RLC resonator circuit. New polymer composites are fabricated and characterized: they consist on