Mohamed Saeed and co-workers have published an extensive review article on graphene-based microwave circuits in the journal Advanced Materials.
The review includes both an overview of the different methodologies to fabricate graphene-based field-effect transistors (GFETs) and diodes, as well as a thorough discussion of their application in different micro and millimeter-wave circuits, highlighting the advantages, but also the limitations of graphene for high-frequency applications. The work is published open-access.
Graphene-based microwave circuits are one of the fields of research of the Aachen Graphene & 2D Materials Center and a strong point of collaboration between AMO GmbH, the Chair of High Frequency Electronics (HFE) and the Chair of Electronic Devices (ELD, both at RWTH Aachen University).
Saeed, M., Palacios, P., Wei, M.-D., Baskent, E., Fan, C.-Y., Uzlu, B., Wang, K.-T., Hemmetter, A., Wang, Z., Neumaier, D., Lemme, M.C. and Negra, R.
“Graphene-Based Microwave Circuits: A Review“.
Adv. Mater. (2022), Adcepted Author Manuscript