Örebro Musculoskeletal Pain Screening Questionnaire

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Abstract

Generating non-reciprocal radio frequency transduction plays important roles in a wide range of research and applications, and an aspiration is to integrate this functionality into micro-circuit without introducing magnetic field, which, however, remains challenging. By designing a 1D artificial lattice structure with neighbor-interaction engineered parametrically, we predicted a non-reciprocity transduction with giant unidirectionality. We then experimentally demonstrated the phenomenon on a nano-electromechanical chip fabricated by conventional complementary metal-silicon processing. A unidirectionality with isolation as high as 24dB is achieved and several different transduction schemes are realized by programming the control voltages topology. Apart from being used as a radio frequency isolator, the system provides a way to build practical on-chip programmable device for many researches and applications in radio frequency domain.

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Johnston, V. (2009). Örebro Musculoskeletal Pain Screening Questionnaire. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy. Australian Physiotherapy Association. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0004-9514(09)70049-2

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