THz


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THz

abbr.
terahertz
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Noun1.THz - one trillion periods per second
rate - a magnitude or frequency relative to a time unit; "they traveled at a rate of 55 miles per hour"; "the rate of change was faster than expected"
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This team has previously shown that the worlds of fiber optics and radio can be bridged using photonic-based THz circuits to achieve high-data rates.
4 THz pump more powerful the power distribution is approximately equal over a longer span of HNLF.
In recent years, the development of ultrafast laser technology, it provides a stable and reliable excitation light source for the generation and detection of pulse THz wave, and can conveniently detect spectrum and phase of material delay characteristics using THz time-domain spectroscopy (TDS) technology.
0 THz, respectively [25, 26] where 0 is determined by:
The researchers developed a computational tool and used it to successfully identify two explosives, RDX and TATP, with THz data directly.
Through a combination of discussions with the research team, observations of the researchers' data gathering and analysis processes, and the informationist's research into the field of THz research, a set of initial challenges was targeted as the focus of the informationist's intervention:
Moreover, the four-band perfect absorptivity can be realized at THz region when the dimensions of the flower-shaped structure are reduced to micro scale.
Different accounts about the solidarity of Khartoum inhabitants with the demonstrators show how much the government is isolated and embarrassed by thz violence perpetrated by its security agents.
The dynamic variation of its surface conductivity, which can be modulated with an external electric field or chemical doping, makes the tunability of THz devices a reality.
THz is a unique frequency range which has attracted significant attention due to its potential applications in sensing, biomedical imaging, and wireless communication, among others [5,28].