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Terahertz-Research at Erlangen University Laboratories for High Frequency Technology - A 5-Years Review

Authors:
H.H. Brand, J. Brune, A.J. Harth, R.H. Janker, M.G. Marz, S.L. Martius, D.P. Steup, B.G. Stockel
Abstract:
Research activities in the 0.1 to 2.5 Terahertz-range at Erlangen University Laboratories for High Frequency Technology follow two main directions: establishing measurement systems and developing components following engineering design rules, that means minimizing weight and power consumption and optimizing performance and reliability whenever possible. The paper describes fundamental research on submillirneter wave measurement systems and the development and manufacturing of the associated components. One special aspect is the multi-diode multiplier array as a stable source for different frequencies. On the mixer side, improvements can be reported by using broadband if-path design of the whisker/diode-connections and by real noise matching of the embedded HEMT if-amplifier.
Categories:
Opening Session
Year:
1994
Session:
O
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Page Number(s):
1-26