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29 September 1999 Analysis of system trade-offs for terahertz imaging
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Abstract
The rapidly developing field of terahertz (T-ray) imagin promises to provide a non-invasive method of identifying the composition of various objects. Biomedical diagnostics, semiconductor device diagnostics, trace gas analysis and moisture analysis for agriculture are among the growing number of important T-ray applications. We present results using an electro-optical sampling method and discuss how this can be simplified by sign a micro antenna array realized by MEMS technology. The challenges and advantages of both approaches are compared.
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Samuel P. Mickan, Derek Abbott, Jesper Munch, Xi-Cheng Zhang, and Timothy van Doorn "Analysis of system trade-offs for terahertz imaging", Proc. SPIE 3891, Electronics and Structures for MEMS, (29 September 1999); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.364444
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