PROJECT TITLE :
Cross-Bar Design of Nano-Vacuum Triode for High-Frequency Applications
During this letter, a replacement nano-vacuum triode primarily based on carbon nanotubes (CNTs) has been designed. The employment of CNTs as emitters with their extraordinarily high aspect ratio and their characteristics to be patterned in specific emitting areas allowed the conclusion of a cross-bar geometry for which the transconductance is maximized and also the grid–cathode capacitance is reduced. This allowed us to attain a device cutoff frequency of 156 GHz, that is well beyond the state-of-the-art.
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