Resonant Frequency and Phase Noise of Nanoelectromechanical Oscillators Based on Two-dimensional Crystal Resonators
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This study presents a theoretical analysis of one of the most promising nanoelectromechanical (NEMS) components – a NEMS oscillator. The analyzed oscillator contains a stretched circular plate, fabricated of two-dimensional crystals (graphene, bBN, MoS2 etc.), as a resonator. The calculation of resonant frequency based on the classical continuum theory of plates and membranes is presented, and then the phase noise theory of the oscillators using a circular plate as a frequency determining element. We assume that thermal and 1/f noise are present in the oscillator circuit. A satisfactory agreement is obtained between our calculations and recent experimental literature data for graphene.
Keywords:graphene oscillator / NEMS oscillator / two-dimensional crystal resonator / phase noise
Source:Procedia Engineering, 2014, 87, 460-463
- Micro- Nanosystems and Sensors for Electric Power and Process Industry and Environmental Protection (RS-32008)
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