Shogo Horiguchi

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There has been an increasing interest in the application of terahertz (THz) waves to broadband wireless communications. In particular, use of frequencies above 275 GHz is one of the strong concerns among radio scientists and engineers, because these frequency bands have not yet been allocated at specific active services, and there is a possibility to employ(More)
We have developed ultra-broad band THz receivers using polymeric substrate for multiband THz wireless communications. We demonstrate 1.5 Gbit/s error-free transmission for both 120 GHz and 300 GHz ranges. This is due to broad-band characteristics of a planar tapered slot antenna on low dielectric constant of the polymeric substrate.
We report on the first error-free terahertz (THz) wireless communication at 0.310 THz for data rates up to 8.2 Gbps using a 18-GHz-bandwidth GaAs/AlGaAs field-effect transistor as a detector. This result demonstrates that low-cost commercially-available plasma-wave transistors whose cut-off frequency is far below THz frequencies can be employed in THz(More)
This paper presents a real-time error-free 30-Gbit/s transmission at over 10-m distance using a 300-GHz-band coherent system. Frequency and phase stabilized carrier signals are photonically generated with use of an optical frequency comb and an integrated optical filter/combiner light-wave circuit.
Orientation-controlled anisotropic diffraction gratings are realized by interferometric exposure using composite materials of nematic liquid crystals (LCs) and LC diacrylate monomers. The anisotropic diffraction properties in volume gratings, which dominantly diffract p- or s-polarized light, are shown to be controlled by the rubbed directions of the(More)
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