Researchers create CMOS-compatible, 30nm programmable graphene transistor

See on Scoop.itTracking the Future

Electronic engineers at Japan’s GNC and AIST research centers have successfully created graphene transistors that are constructed and operated in a way that redefines 50 years of transistor development. These graphene transistors can be built using conventional CMOS processes, and could potentially be many times smaller, hundreds of times faster, and consume much less power than silicon transistors.

See on www.extremetech.com

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