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Terahetz detection by heterostructed InAs/InSb nanowire based field effect transistors
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10.1063/1.4757005
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at different source-drain voltages, from 10 to 60 mV. In the inset, a SEM image of the device active region is shown. The two arms of the log-periodic antenna realized through e-beam lithography are, respectively, connected to source (S) and gate (G) electrodes, while the current is measured through the drain (D) one.

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FIG. 2.

Video signal obtained in the detection experiment (scatter points, red curve is an interpolation to the data) compared with the responsivity extracted from the transfer characteristics of Fig. 1 (blue curve). Inset: lock-in phase signal recorded during the measurement. Note the abrupt phase change obtained when the video signal changes its sign.

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(a) Schematic of the 1D band line-up of the InAs/InSb FET for a 10 V gate bias (Schrödinger-Poisson). The zone in which the gate is expected to have more effect is highlighted; note that it extends very far from the junction region. (b) Charge density and isopotential lines simulated, for a 2D Poisson toy-model, for an applied gate bias of 10 V. (c) The percent of charge localized in the 3 nm-outermost nanowire shell as a function of the lateral gate bias.

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Scitation: Terahetz detection by heterostructed InAs/InSb nanowire based field effect transistors
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/101/14/10.1063/1.4757005
10.1063/1.4757005
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