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Emerging Trends in Applications of Semiconductor Alloys in Wireless Communications

Alla Srivani, Vedam Rama Murthy, G. Veeraraghavaiah



Arsenide semiconductor alloys provide a natural means of tuning the magnitude of the forbidden gap and other material parameters so as to optimise and widen the application of semiconductor devices. With the advent of small-structure systems, for instance quantum wells and superlattices, the special effects of alloy composition, size, device geometry, doping and controlled lattice strain can be collective to accomplish maximum tunability. In this article, the concepts and ideas peculiar to the description and modelling of Arsenide semiconductor alloy systems are reviewed with a view to provide a link between electronic structure and optical and transport properties.

Keywords: Arsenide group, compound semiconductors, thin films, optical properties

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Vedam Rama Murthy, Alla Srivani, Veeraraghavaiah G. Emerging Trends in Applications of Semiconductor Alloys in Wireless Communications. Journal of Semiconductor Devices and Circuits. 2016; 3(1): 31–41p.

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