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[Pending] THz wave air photonics: bridging the “gap” and beyond

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Abstract

Historically, THz technologies were mainly used within the astronomy community for searching far-infrared radiation (cosmic background), and the laser fusion community for the diagnostics of plasmas. Since the first demonstration of THz wave time-domain spectroscopy in the late 80’s, there has been a series of significant advances (particularly in recent years) on the development of intense sources and sensitive detectors.

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  • (2012), "THz wave air photonics: bridging the “gap” and beyond," http://nanohub.org/resources/15026.

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Stewart Center, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

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