High Frequency Devices based on Graphene

@article{Dragoman2007HighFD,
  title={High Frequency Devices based on Graphene},
  author={Mircea Dragoman and Daniela Dragoman and A. Muller},
  journal={2007 International Semiconductor Conference},
  year={2007},
  volume={1},
  pages={53-56}
}
Graphene is a native one-atom-thick crystal consisting of a single sheet of carbon atoms. In this material, discovered in 2005, the electron transport is ballistic at room temperature and is described by a relativistic-like quantum Dirac equation instead of a Schrodinger equation. Also, graphene has a Young modulus of 1.5 TPa. Due to these unique properties, graphene is very promising for high frequency nanoelectronic devices, such as oscillators and switches. In this paper, we show that a… CONTINUE READING

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