Graphene  Vol.7 No.2 , April 2018
Study on Graphene Based Next Generation Flexible Photodetector for Optical Communication
ABSTRACT
We report on the efficient photodetection (PD) properties of graphene based p-i-n photodetector, where all the three layers are either single or multilayer graphene sheets. We report the bandwidth and responsivity performance of the device. This simple structure paves the way for the next generation flexible wireless communication systems. A theoretical model is used to study the carrier distribution and current in a graphene based p-i-n photodetector system.
Cite this paper
Majumder, K. , Barshilia, D. and Majee, S. (2018) Study on Graphene Based Next Generation Flexible Photodetector for Optical Communication. Graphene, 7, 9-16. doi: 10.4236/graphene.2018.72002.
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