The High Frequency Effects on Multilayer Graphene Ribbon THz Resonators

Published in IEEE 87th ARFTG Microwave Measurement Conference, 2015

Recommended citation: Haotian Zhang, Min Tang, Jun-fa Mao. (2015). "The High Frequency Effects on Multilayer Graphene Ribbon THz Resonators." IEEE 87th ARFTG Microwave Measurement Conference. 1(1). http://haotian-zhang.github.io/files/The High Frequency Effects on Multilayer Graphene Ribbon THz Resonators.pdf

Graphene has been proved to be one of the promising candidate materials for high-frequency applications. The multilayer graphene ribbon (GR) based resonators are proposed and characterized in this work. The geometry- dependent resonant frequencies (f0) and unloaded Q-factors (Qu) of the GR-based resonators are investigated with the equivalent single conductor (ESC) model. It is found that by intercalation doping with AsF5, the graphene resonators can provide a high Qu of 80.6 at f0=793.1 GHz, superior to the copper and neutral graphene based ones.

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Haotian Zhang, Min Tang, Jun-fa Mao. (2015). "The High Frequency Effects on Multilayer Graphene Ribbon THz Resonators." IEEE 87th ARFTG Microwave Measurement Conference. 1(1).