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Title: A nanomachined tunable oscillator controlled by electrostatic and optical force
Authors: Huang, J. G.
Dong, B.
Cai, H.
Gu, Y. D.
Wu, J. H.
Chen, T. N.
Yang, Z. C.
Jin, Y. F.
Hao, Y. L.
Kwong, D. L.
Liu, A. Q.
Keywords: Tunable oscillator
Issue Date: 2015
Source: Huang, J. G., Dong, B., Cai, H., Gu, Y. D., Wu, J. H., & Chen, T. N. (2015). A nanomachined tunable oscillator controlled by electrostatic and optical force. 2015 28th IEEE International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS), 45-48.
Abstract: We develop a miniaturized electrostatically tunable optomechanical oscillator, whose frequencies can be electrostatically tuned by as much as 10%. By taking advantage of the optical and the electrical spring, the oscillator achieves a high tuning sensitivity without resorting to mechanical tension. Particularly, the high-Q optical cavity greatly enhances the system sensitivity, making it extremely sensitive to the motional signal, which is often overwhelmed by background noise.
DOI: 10.1109/MEMSYS.2015.7050882
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