Generation of electromagnetic radiation based on nanotubes under a constant electric field and an electromagnetic wave field

Sadykov, N.; Scorkin, N.
February 2012
Semiconductors;Feb2012, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p159
Academic Journal
The possible generation of radiation in the millimeter range based on nanotubes by an alternating (rapidly oscillating) electric field under a constant (or nonstationary) electric field is studied. Radiation enhancement is based on a periodic dependence of the current in nanotubes in such electric fields. The results of a mathematical simulation are presented.


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