Radiophysicists are creating new materials for high-speed transistors


A team of young radiophysicists is developing new materials based on silicon and germanium, which will improve the performance of modern transistors by increasing the speed of their response to changes in current.

A transistor is a semiconductor device that amplifies and generates electric current. It is used in telephones, hearing aids, televisions, tape recorders, children's toys, fire and burglar alarm systems, game consoles, and other modern devices.

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