Erich Grossman

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Terahertz imaging makes it possible to acquire images of objects concealed underneath clothing by measuring the radiometric temperatures of different objects on a human subject. The goal of this work is to automatically detect and segment concealed objects in broadband 0.1-1 THz images. Due to the inherent physical properties of passive terahertz imaging(More)
—A 95-GHz printed low-loss linear-to-circular polar-izer is designed as a component of an active direct-detection millimeter wave imaging system. The periodic printed grid structure presents different reactances to the TE and TM polarizations, resulting in equal amplitude and phase quadrature upon transmission through four parallel grids. The polarizer is(More)
  • E D Cullens, M S, Dejan Filipovi´c, Leonardo Ranzani, Erich Grossman, David Novotny +9 others
  • 2011
Date The final copy of this thesis has been examined by the signatories, and we find that both the content and the form meet acceptable presentation standards of scholarly work in the above mentioned discipline. Thesis directed by Prof. Zoya Popovi´c Broadband components for microwave and millimeter-wave RF front ends enable increased flexibility and(More)
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