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2 March 2020 Room-temperature broadband terahertz detector based on three-dimensional graphene
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Terahertz (THz) waves are electromagnetic waves with frequencies between 0.1 THz and 10THz. With the rapid development of wireless communication, the existing spectrum resources have become increasingly scarce. Developing the new frequency band of wireless communication has gradually become a consensus to solve this contradiction. There are a lot of unexploited resources in THz frequency range, making terahertz play a decisive role in the future development of wireless communication. Three-dimensional (3D) graphene with connection carbon nanomaterials is expected to possess better optical and electrical properties than single-layer graphene. In this paper, we studied a room temperature ultra-broadband photodetector based on 3D graphene and investigated the different photoresponse at 0.22, 2.52, 30 THz. Obvious photocurrents and ultra-broadband absorption from infrared spectrum to terahertz (THz) region can be measure in the three 3D graphene. A high photoresponsivity of 15.3 mA W-1 and a fast time response of 20 ms have been achieved at 2.52 THz. The results reveal 3D graphene a good candidate for room-temperature broadband Terahertz detector.
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Yifan Li, Yating Zhang, Zhiliang Chen, Tengteng Li, Qingyan Li, Hongliang Zhao, Jie Li, Yu Yu, Lufan Jin, and Jianquan Yao "Room-temperature broadband terahertz detector based on three-dimensional graphene", Proc. SPIE 11279, Terahertz, RF, Millimeter, and Submillimeter-Wave Technology and Applications XIII, 1127914 (2 March 2020); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2545792
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