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Nature Photonics volume 3, pages 1213 (2009) | Download Citation

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Recent research suggests that plasmonics may offer a route to the development of modulators with terahertz bandwidths, many orders of magnitude faster than today's devices.

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  1. L. Cao and Mark L. Brongersma are at the Geballe Laboratory for Advanced Materials, Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305, USA.  Brongersma@stanford.edu

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