High electron mobility transistor achieves record high frequency

04/16/2013 | Taipei Times (Taiwan), The

With practical implications for imaging systems and biomedical testing, a Taiwanese research team has achieved a record high-oscillation frequency with a new type of high electron mobility transistor, or HEMT. The frequency of 710 GHz could also be used to improve image resolution in remote atmospheric sensing and space exploration, say the researchers working under Edward Chang, material science and engineering professor at National Chiao Tung University.

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