Here’s how graphene could make future electronics superfast

The single layer of carbon atoms can boost signals from gigahertz to terahertz frequencies

graphene frequency illustration

SPECTRAL SPECTACLE  New experiments show that graphene is especially good at translating incoming signals of one frequency (illustrated in red) into signals of higher frequencies (yellow, green and blue).


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