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12/18/2008 09:00 PM EST
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Steve_i7   12/23/2008 2:52:03 AM
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Thanks for choosing this story. Please note that the graphene device in question does not "operate" at 26 GHz, but that this frequency is based on an extrapolation from data up to 10 GHz. 10 GHz is the highest frequency "achieved" by this transistor. See figure 6 in the paper.

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EE Space   12/19/2008 5:28:19 PM
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May I suggest that you always provide the source of your tech news, such as a professional journal, meeting proceedings, or a web link? I think this should do a really good service to your readers.

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