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Synonyms for terahertz

one trillion periods per second


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Even now, though still in development, the accuracy of the terahertz method is impressive: on a measuring spot of less than 2 mm, it is possible to measure layer thicknesses of 5-10 m.
Millimeter and terahertz waves fall comfortably in the middle between microwave and infrared.
A Channel-aware forwarding scheme for Nano sensor networks in the terahertz band have been investigated in [18].
In the researchers' setup, a standard terahertz camera emits ultrashort bursts of radiation, and the camera's built-in sensor detects their reflections.
Metal Sub Wavelength Periodic Structure of Terahertz Band Stop Filter
In 2015, North America is expected to account for the largest share of the global terahertz and infrared spectroscopy market, followed by Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Rest of the World (RoW).
Advantest announced the TS9000 MTA Option, a terahertz analysis system for measuring semiconductor mold thickness, in September 2014.
Terahertz spectroscopy is also attracting attention.
Because it's so easy to accidently introduce impurities into graphene, researchers have pioneered a way to detect and identify out-of-place molecules on its surface through terahertz spectroscopy.
The new technique, which was developed by Rahman and his son, Aunik, uses terahertz reflectometry, in which a beam of terahertz-frequency radiation is fired onto the paint.
Jarrahi works at UCLA but has grants from the Army Research Office, the Office of Naval Research, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the National Science Foundation and NASA for her research work on terahertz electronics,
ISLAMABAD -- British researchers have built the world's most powerful terahertz laser chip, an advance that may enable improved security scanning and medical imaging.
Washington, Sept 15 ( ANI ): Terahertz radiation, the technology that peeks underneath clothing at airport security screening check points has great potential for looking underneath human skin to diagnose cancer at its earliest and most treatable stages, a researcher has revealed.
The tags are read with a terahertz radiation imaging system that can safely penetrate many common materials, said Karl Willis, a recent Ph.
This means they can easily be made resonant at terahertz frequencies mainly by simple scaling.