Monolithic integrated antennas and nanoantennas for wireless sensors and for wireless intrachip and interchip communication
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Monolithic integrated antennas and nanoantennas based on silicon technology, carbon nanotubes, graphene, and nanostructure thin film technology are discussed. Monolithic integration of antennas and novel nanoelectronic devices yields interesting applications in wireless sensing and in wireless intrachip and interchip communication. In case of extreme miniaturization the electronic properties of the materials used in the antenna antenna structures yield interesting effects like slow-wave propagation. © 2010 EuMA.
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