Study on low noise, high-performance transistors may bring innovations in electronics

Science Daily  December 19, 2018 Electronic noise is ubiquitous to all devices and circuits and only worsens when the material becomes atomic thin. A team of researchers in the US (Purdue University, Kansas State University) has systematically shown that if one can control the layer thickness between 10 and 15-atomic thin in a transistor, the device will not only show high performance — such as turning the switch “on” — but also experience very low electronic noise. This unique finding is essential to building several enabling technologies in electronics and sensing using a number of emerging 2D materials. The research […]