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A CMOS-MEMS Mode-Localized Resonator Based on a Tuned-Mass-Damper Structure for Mass Sensing Applications
杜文睿 , Masters Advisor：李尉彰
繁體中文 DOI： 10.6342/NTU201902954
CMOS-MEMS ； 兩端固定樑式共振器 ； 質量感測器 ； 模態局部化 ； 靈敏度提高 ； 頻率感測 ； CMOS-MEMS ； Doubly Clamped Beam Resonators ； Mass Sensors ； Mode-Localization ； Sensitivity Enhancement ； Frequency Sensing
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