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Terahertz Trace Gas Spectroscopy Based on a Fully-Electronic Frequency-Comb Radiating Array in Silicon

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Abstract

A silicon integrated circuit is reported for radiating picosecond pulses with tunable repetition rate, covering frequencies from 30 GHz to 1.03 THz. This source is used in a gas spectroscopy setup to measure the absorption lines of ammonia and water in the terahertz region.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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