Novel electronic nanodevices operating in the terahertz region

@inproceedings{Kasjoo2012NovelEN,
  title={Novel electronic nanodevices operating in the terahertz region},
  author={Shahrir Rizal Kasjoo},
  year={2012}
}
A novel electronic nanodevice, the self-switching diode (SSD), is explored in this work. This includes exploration of its ability to operate as an ultra-high-speed detector at room temperature, its low-frequency noise properties, and its application to terahertz (THz) imaging. The SSDs have been realised using two novel nanolithography techniques, known as atomic-force microscope lithography and electron-beam lithography.The SSD is a unipolar two-terminal device. It has a nonlinear current… CONTINUE READING

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