Split-gate organic field-effect transistors have been developed for high-speed operation. Owing to the combination of reduced contact resistance and minimized parasitic capacitance, the devices have fast switching characteristics. The cutoff frequencies for the vacuum-evaporated devices and the solution-processed devices are 20 and 10 MHz, respectively. A speed of 10 MHz is the fastest device reported so far among solution-processed organic transistors.
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