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Carbon Nanotube Switches for Communication and Memory Applications

 Anupama B. Kaul, Larry Epp, Eric W. Wong, and Robert Kowalczyk
  28th-Oct-2009
Description: CNTs for Switching Applications, Air-bridge formation process, SEM of Fabricated Devices, DC Measurements, RF Simulations of Air-Bridge Switch (Shunt Configuration), Attributes of CNT RF Switch, An application of CNTs for Memory, California Institute of Technology CNT Growth from Deep Nano-Pockets, Growth of aligned vertical MWNTs. Thermal CVD was used to mechanically constrain tubes in nanopockets. dc CNT switches were demonstrated to operate at low voltages, low powers and high speeds.
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Category: Semiconductors
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Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology

Carbon Nanotube Switches for Communication and Memory Applications
Anupama B. Kaul, Larry Epp, Eric W. Wong*, and Robert Kowalczyk
Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Anu.Kaul@jpl.nasa.gov *currently at Atomate Corporation

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