Inventors at Georgia Tech have developed a method for inkjet printing that enables the rapid fabrication of extremely high frequency (EHF) components in minutes at an extremely low cost, on practically any substrate. This multi-layer method enables the deposit of layered materials without disturbing previously deposited layers. Inkjet printing requires smaller equipment, which offers the flexibility and portability to print and modify in remote locations.
- Quick — Rapid fabrication of extremely high frequency (EHF) components in minutes
- Low cost — Does not require a clean room and low chemical and material waste
- Convenient — Equipment is small enough to allow on-the-spot printing and modifications in remote locations
- RF capacitors and inductors
- Electronic devices
- Printed wearable systems
- Energy storage — can be extended out of mm-Wave to super-capacitors
Flexible, multi-layer inkjet-printed capacitors with extremely high frequency are used for the fabrication of 2D and 3D antennas, as well as other passive components operating through mm-Wave frequencies. High frequency capacitors are used in the communication infrastructure field.