21 May 2014 Comparison of terahertz technologies for detection and identification of explosives
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We present results on the comparison of different THz technologies for the detection and identification of a variety of explosives from our laboratory tests that were carried out in the framework of NATO SET-193 “THz technology for stand-off detection of explosives: from laboratory spectroscopy to detection in the field” under the same controlled conditions. Several laser-pumped pulsed broadband THz time-domain spectroscopy (TDS) systems as well as one electronic frequency-modulated continuous wave (FMCW) device recorded THz spectra in transmission and/or reflection.
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René Beigang, René Beigang, Sandra G. Biedron, Sandra G. Biedron, Slawomir Dyjak, Slawomir Dyjak, Frank Ellrich, Frank Ellrich, Magnus W. Haakestad, Magnus W. Haakestad, Daniel Hübsch, Daniel Hübsch, Tolga Kartaloglu, Tolga Kartaloglu, Ekmel Ozbay, Ekmel Ozbay, Frank Ospald, Frank Ospald, Norbert Palka, Norbert Palka, Uroš Puc, Uroš Puc, Elżbieta Czerwińska, Elżbieta Czerwińska, Asaf B. Sahin, Asaf B. Sahin, Aleksander Sešek, Aleksander Sešek, Janez Trontelj, Janez Trontelj, Andrej Švigelj, Andrej Švigelj, Hakan Altan, Hakan Altan, Arthur D. van Rheenen, Arthur D. van Rheenen, Michał Walczakowski, Michał Walczakowski, } "Comparison of terahertz technologies for detection and identification of explosives", Proc. SPIE 9102, Terahertz Physics, Devices, and Systems VIII: Advanced Applications in Industry and Defense, 91020C (21 May 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2050367; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2050367

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