Such processes are needed as part of the TUGRACO (Towards Ubiquitous GRAphene based RF COmmunications) project, where metallic as well as graphene-based micro-antennas are used. The size of metallic antennas is linked to the resonant frequency and complicates their implementation in electronic micro-circuits. Graphene is a two-dimensional lattice of carbon atoms with outstanding properties. Due to its unique dispersion relation enables the realization of antennas of sizes up to two order of magnitudes smaller than their metallic counterparts at the same resonant frequency. This miniaturization is a huge advantage in the future implementation of such devices in ICT (Information and Communication Technology). In massive multicore architecture with hundreds and thousands of cores conventional electronic communication fails. An implementation of wireless communication becomes feasible with graphene based antennas and is a possible way to overcome this problem.