BPN939: Analysis and Benchmarking of MEMS-Based Super-Regenerative Receivers


The recent MEMS-based super-regenerative receiver our group demonstrated used a tunable 65-nm-capacitive-gap transduced wine-glass disk resonator to receive and demodulate OOK signals with only 490uW of power consumption. This work aims to analyze the sensitivity and maximum bit rate for this class of receiver in the presence of adjacent-channel blockers and measure these characteristics for receivers implemented using resonators with sub-40-nm gaps.

Project suspended for Fall 2022

Publication date: 
August 19, 2022
Publication type: 
BSAC Project Materials (Final/Archive)
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