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Using DOI as a persistent link
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Cite a document with DOI
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Gap Narrowing for Capacitively-Transduced Micromechanical Vibro-Impact Resonators
易昀 , Masters Advisor：李尉彰
繁體中文 DOI： 10.6342/NTU202101925
間隙窄化 ； 雙穩態 ； 摺疊樑梳狀共振器 ； Gap narrowing ； Bistable ； Comb-drive resonator
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-  I. E. Lysenko, A. V. Tkachenko, E. V. Sherova, and A. V. Nikitin, "Analytical Approach in the Development of RF MEMS Switches," Electronics, vol. 7, no. 12, 2018, doi: 10.3390/electronics7120415.
-  K. Raj and S. Babu, "Review on Radio Frequency Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (RF-MEMS) Switch," 2020, pp. 437-453.
-  M. Saleem and H. Nawaz, "A Systematic Review of Reliability Issues in RF-MEMS Switches," Micro and Nanosystems, vol. 11, 02/04 2019, doi: 10.2174/1876402911666190204113856.
-  J. Bartolic, Part 1: MEMs, FET and PIN RF Switching Devices and Circuits for Reconfigurable Antennas Part 2: Reconfigurable antenna. 2008.
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