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July 5th, 2005

Nanowire device suits microwave detection

Abstract:
Researchers have made a nanowire device that can detect microwave radiation up to 110 GHz at room temperature. The team, from the University of Manchester, UK, VTT Information Technology, Finland, University of Würzburg, Germany, University of Salamanca, Spain, and Lund University, Sweden, believes the devices could have applications in detecting terahertz radiation and in plastic electronics.

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