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Frequency limit of double‐barrier resonant‐tunneling oscillators
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9.This interpretation was conceived in a discussion with A. Kastalsky. He also pointed out that the width of the NDR peak can be made extremely narrow at low temperatures, if the tunnel emitter also represents a two‐dimensional system.
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