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This book targets new trends in microwave engineering by downscaling components and devices for industrial purposes such as miniaturization and function densification, in association with the new approach of activation by a confined optical remote control. It covers the fundamental groundwork of the structure, property, characterization methods and applications of 1D and 2D nanostructures, along with providing the necessary knowledge on atomic structure, how it relates to the material band-structure and how this in turn leads to the amazing properties of these structures. It thus provides new graduates, PhD students and post-doctorates with a resource equipping them with the knowledge to undertake their research.
Table of Contents
Chapter I - Nanotechnology based materials for ultrafast microwave applications
1.1. Carbon based Materials
1.2. Nanowire based technologies : Si, ZnO
1.3. Nanostructured materials
1.5. Exotic semiconductors (quaternary)
Chapter II – EM Material characterization at nanoscale
2.1 State-of-the-Art of macroscopic material characterization techniques in microwave domain with dedicated equipment
- Transient methods for carriers dynamics determination
- Frequency methods for complex permittivity determination in frequency
- DC (I-V | C-V): resistivity – static permittivity
2.2 EM Environment constraints (T°, mechanical stability, multiscale access) and noise contributions in measurements
2.3 Evolution of techniques for mesoscopic nano material characterization
Chapter III - Nanotechnology based components and devices
3.1 Passive RF Components and devices
3.1.1 Simulation and modeling tools
3.1.2 State of the art
3.2 Active RF Components and devices
3.2.1 Simulation and modeling
3.2.2 State of the art
3.3 IR and Visible area - Components and devices
3.3.1 Simulation and modeling
3.3.2 State of the art
3.4 Spintronic and spin transfer devices
3.4.1 Simulation and modeling
3.4.2 State of the art
Chapter IV - Nanotechnology based sub-systems
4.1 RF Switching and A/D conversion
4.2 RF amplification at nanoscale
4.3 RF oscillation at nanoscale
4.4 RF Antennas at nanoscale
Conclusions & Perspectives