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Nanoelectronic Device Applications Handbook by Krzysztof Iniewski, James E. Morris

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Nanotransistors Using Graphene Interfaced with Advanced Dielectrics for High-Speed Communication

Osama M. Nayfeh, Ki Kang Kim and Jing Kong

CONTENTS

30.1  Introduction

30.2  Graphene Preparation and Device Fabrication

30.3  Device Electrical Measurements

30.4  Small-Signal Analysis and Discussion

30.5  Conclusion

References

30.1  INTRODUCTION

Graphene is emerging as a wonder material for future radiofrequency electronics and is mechanically compatible with the ubiquitous integration on arbitrary substrates—rigid [1,2], flexible [3], stretchable [4], and transparent [5]. Several studies have been performed demonstrating GHz unity-gain frequency (ft) in graphene transistors [2]; however, there are minimal reports that also achieve GHz maximum ...

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