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Old 01-22-2011, 08:08 AM
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New diode technology from Oregon state

I saw this in this months issue of Nuts and Volts, figured I would post it here. Looks interesting to say the least.
Revolutionary diode design cracks 50 year-old electronics speed barrier





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This could give a boost to Nantenna technology. It's already possible to print out nanoantennas, the problem was having matching diodes that could rectify it at the 100's of THz frequency. This would make extremely cheap solar cells that operate day and night.
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