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In microelectromechanical systems resonators, nonlinear operation is feasible, but instabilities can arise if open-loop resonators operate above the critical vibration amplitude. This fact has led to a reluctance to operate resonator-based oscillators above this amplitude. This study experimentally demonstrates stable operation of these oscillators far beyond the critical vibration amplitude.


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