Terahertz Receiver based on Room-Temperature Rydberg-Atoms

  title={Terahertz Receiver based on Room-Temperature Rydberg-Atoms},
  author={Ya-Yi Lin and Zhenyue She and Zhiwen Chen and Xianzhen Li and Caixia Zhang and Kai-Yu Liao and Xinding Zhang and Jie Chen and Wei Huang and Hui Yan and Shiliang Zhu},
  journal={Fundamental Research},

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