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Nanoelectromechanical switches based on carbon nanotubes for microwave and millimeter waves

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Dragoman, M. ; National Research and Development Institute in Microtechnology, Str. Erou Iancu Nicolae 32 B, 077190 Bucharest, Romania ; Takacs, A. ; Muller, A.A. ; Hartnagel, H.
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In this letter the authors analyze two configurations of nanoelectromechanical switches, which are working in the microwave and millimeter wave frequency ranges. Metallic nanotubes vertically or horizontally positioned on a propagating high frequency planar waveguide disable or enable the electromagnetic field propagation, whether they are actuated or not by a dc electric field of a few volts. Although the dimensions of metallic nanotubes are very small in comparison with the planar waveguide dimensions and the operating wavelengths, these switches are very efficient and agile.

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Applied Physics Letters  (Volume:90 ,  Issue: 11 )

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Mar 2007

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