By Humberto Campanella

This groundbreaking e-book provide you with a finished figuring out of FBAR (thin-film bulk acoustic wave resonator), MEMS (microelectomechanical system), and NEMS (nanoelectromechanical process) resonators. For the 1st time anyplace, you discover huge insurance of those units at either the know-how and alertness degrees. This sensible reference provide you with assistance in layout, fabrication, and characterization of FBARs, MEMS and NEBS. It discusses the combination of those units with average CMOS (complementary-metal-oxide-semiconductor) applied sciences, and their software to sensing and RF platforms. in addition, this one-stop source seems on the major features, adjustments, and barriers of FBAR, MEMS, and NEMS units, supporting you to decide on the precise techniques in your initiatives. Over 280 illustrations and greater than one hundred thirty equations aid key issues through the publication.

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12) V accounts for both the driving and biasing voltages vAC and VDC, and C includes both the static capacitance C0 and C(x, t). 16) the second term at the right side is dominant, so this equation could be further simplified if needed. Note that the restoring force of the cantilever FX opposes to FE. Along with the dimensions and geometry, it imposes the mechanical conditions for the resonance frequency. 8 show a cantilever placed between the two electrodes, when it resonates at the fundamental and second flexural modes (upper and lower images, respectively).

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In both cases, typical oxidation temperatures vary from 950ºC to 1,050ºC. Deposited SiO2 is obtained through thin-film deposition techniques, and it can be processed on Si or on other substrates as well. The obtained oxide may have thicknesses of hundreds of nanometers and is, in general, of better quality than the thermal oxide, thus exhibiting higher resistivity and dielectric properties. The deposition techniques of SiO2 are common to other dielectric materials, as we review in the following section.

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