T-ray sensing applications: review of global developments

@inproceedings{Rainsford2005TraySA,
  title={T-ray sensing applications: review of global developments},
  author={T. Rainsford and S. Mickan and D. Abbott},
  booktitle={SPIE Micro + Nano Materials, Devices, and Applications},
  year={2005}
}
  • T. Rainsford, S. Mickan, D. Abbott
  • Published in
    SPIE Micro + Nano Materials…
    2005
  • Engineering
  • Terahertz wavelengths can pass through dry, non-polar, non-metallic materials that are opaque at visible wavelengths. Moreover they can be manipulated using millimeter wave and quasi-optical techniques to form an image. Sensing in this band potentially provides advantages in a number of areas of interest for security and defense, such as screening of personnel for hidden objects, and the detection of chemical and biological agents. This paper reviews recent research into THz applications by… CONTINUE READING
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