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…Generation Vitara-T HP provides the optimum performance to generate broadband THz, also in power-hungry situations like with large area photoconductive antennas and when using optical rectification. For maximum THz bandwidth generation, the shortest pulses of Vitara-T provide the best performance.…

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final  Oct2015.pdf

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final Oct2015.pdf

…[4]. By using femtosecond THz pulses, the excitation timescale becomes comparable or faster than the scattering process and the oscillating electrons emit detectable electro-magnetic radiation throughout the frequency range 0.1 - 675 THz. In technical terms, - as the THz excitation pulse rapidly…

Chameleon-Vision-S-The-Next-Generation-of-One-Box-Ti-Sapphire-Lasers.pdf

Chameleon-Vision-S-The-Next-Generation-of-One-Box-Ti-Sapphire-Lasers.pdf

…i.e. in the THz regime. Figure 5 schematically illustrates the basics of this THz generation setup, including the high NA (hemispherical) lens used to collimate the THz output into a useful beam. Figure 5, A typical terahertz switch Chameleon Vision S offers two clear advantages for THz spectroscopy…

Chameleon-Vision-S-The-Next-Generation-of-One-Box-Ti-Sapphire-Lasers.pdf

Chameleon-Vision-S-The-Next-Generation-of-One-Box-Ti-Sapphire-Lasers.pdf

…i.e. in the THz regime. Figure 5 schematically illustrates the basics of this THz generation setup, including the high NA (hemispherical) lens used to collimate the THz output into a useful beam. Figure 5, A typical terahertz switch Chameleon Vision S offers two clear advantages for THz spectroscopy…

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final  Oct2015.pdf

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final Oct2015.pdf

…fields to be safely applied for a few femtoseconds is to use ultrafast THz pulses. Why THz Pulses? THz radiation is the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum sandwiched between the infrared and microwave regions. Because THz radiation with useful intensity is notoriously difficult to generate by…

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final  Oct2015.pdf

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final Oct2015.pdf

…fields to be safely applied for a few femtoseconds is to use ultrafast THz pulses. Why THz Pulses? THz radiation is the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum sandwiched between the infrared and microwave regions. Because THz radiation with useful intensity is notoriously difficult to generate by…

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final  Oct2015.pdf

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final Oct2015.pdf

…fields to be safely applied for a few femtoseconds is to use ultrafast THz pulses. Why THz Pulses? THz radiation is the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum sandwiched between the infrared and microwave regions. Because THz radiation with useful intensity is notoriously difficult to generate by…

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final  Oct2015.pdf

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final Oct2015.pdf

…used in this THz research. Compared to other methods of producing THz pulses, Huber's method has several advantages. First the THz pulses are coherent, enabling high electric field generation when focused into a semiconductor or dielectric material. Also, the center wavelength of the THz pulse is…

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final  Oct2015.pdf

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final Oct2015.pdf

…used in this THz research. Compared to other methods of producing THz pulses, Huber's method has several advantages. First the THz pulses are coherent, enabling high electric field generation when focused into a semiconductor or dielectric material. Also, the center wavelength of the THz pulse is…

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final  Oct2015.pdf

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final Oct2015.pdf

…used in this THz research. Compared to other methods of producing THz pulses, Huber's method has several advantages. First the THz pulses are coherent, enabling high electric field generation when focused into a semiconductor or dielectric material. Also, the center wavelength of the THz pulse is…

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final  Oct2015.pdf

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final Oct2015.pdf

…[4]. By using femtosecond THz pulses, the excitation timescale becomes comparable or faster than the scattering process and the oscillating electrons emit detectable electro-magnetic radiation throughout the frequency range 0.1 - 675 THz. In technical terms, - as the THz excitation pulse rapidly…

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final  Oct2015.pdf

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final Oct2015.pdf

…[4]. By using femtosecond THz pulses, the excitation timescale becomes comparable or faster than the scattering process and the oscillating electrons emit detectable electro-magnetic radiation throughout the frequency range 0.1 - 675 THz. In technical terms, - as the THz excitation pulse rapidly…

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