Next generation communications are inspiring entirely new applications in education, healthcare, and transportation. These applications are only possible because of improvements in latency, data rates, and connectivity in the latest generation. Behind these improvements are new materials and devices that operate at much higher frequencies than ever before, a trend that is likely to continue.
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Orloff, N.D., Ubic, R., & Lanagan, M. (2022). Special Topic on Materials and Devices for 5G Electronics. Applied Physics Letters, 120(6), 060402.
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Orloff, Nathan D.; Ubic, Rick; and Lanagan, Michael. (2022). "Special Topic on Materials and Devices for 5G Electronics". Applied Physics Letters, 120(6), 060402, . https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0079175