On-chip intercalated-graphene inductors for next-generation radio frequency electronics

@article{Kang2018OnchipII,
  title={On-chip intercalated-graphene inductors for next-generation radio frequency electronics},
  author={Jiahao Kang and Y. Matsumoto and Xinong Li and J. Jiang and Xuejun Xie and K. Kawamoto and Munehiro Kenmoku and J. H. Chu and W. Liu and Junfa Mao and K. Ueno and K. Banerjee},
  journal={Nature Electronics},
  year={2018},
  volume={1},
  pages={46-51}
}
  • Jiahao Kang, Y. Matsumoto, +9 authors K. Banerjee
  • Published 2018
  • Materials Science
  • Nature Electronics
  • On-chip metal inductors that revolutionized radio frequency electronics in the 1990s suffer from an inherent limitation in their scalability in state-of-the-art radio frequency integrated circuits. This is because the inductance density values for conventional metal inductors, which result from magnetic inductance alone, are limited by the laws of electromagnetic induction. Here, we report inductors made of intercalated graphene that uniquely exploit the relatively large kinetic inductance and… CONTINUE READING

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