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This work shows the improvements in the sensing capabilities and precision of an Optical Microbubble Resonator due to the introduction of an encaging poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) box. A frequency fluctuation parameter σ was defined as a score of resonance stability and was evaluated in the presence and absence of the encaging system and in the case of air-or water-filling of the cavity. Furthermore, the noise interference introduced by the peristaltic and the syringe pumping system wasdoi:10.3390/s16091405 pmid:27589761 pmcid:PMC5038683 fatcat:k2fblqrcxba7dmmfh47vusq6we