Prof. Balandin Group: Suppressing Flicker Noise in Graphene Boron Nitride Heterostructure Field-Effect Transistors

(Nanowerk Spotlight) The low-frequency 1/f noise (sometimes called pink noise or flicker noise), which is usually found at frequencies below 100 kHz, is a ubiquitous phenomenon found in many physical, biological and even economic systems – fluctuations of the sea level; intensity in a music recording; human heart rates; or electrical currents in semiconductor devices.

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