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Terahertz imaging goes the distance

...e are a few "windows," or frequency ranges, of the terahertz spectrum that do not absorb water very strongly. T...posed to the microwatts of power typical of pulsed terahertz sources) in order to provide enough terahertz radiation to obtain a decent image. Increasing the pow...

New way to catch cancer's spread, rapid 3-D retinal imaging, more at CLEO/QELS 2007

...T-Sandia team will demonstrate the first real-time terahertz (THz) imaging system that obtains images from 25 meters away. Terahertz radiation, or far-infrared light, is potentially very useful for security applications, as it can penetrate clothing and other materials to provide images of concealed weapons, d...

Press conferences at the year's largest physics meeting

...earch Centre of Finland) will describe detects the terahertz radiation that people and warm objects naturally emit all the time (paper Y39.1). The sensors don't reveal anatomical details that show up on some other clothes-piercing scanners, which may make them ideal security scanners for airports and other pub...

Largest physics meeting of the year, in Denver

...earch Centre of Finland) will describe detects the terahertz radiation that people and warm objects naturally emit all the time. The radiation is measured with an array of superconducting microbolometers, which are simply tiny niobium wires that heat up when they absorb energy coming from an object. Terahertz ...

Germans do well in the third round of EURYI Awards

...en. He plans to lay the foundations for the use of terahertz radiation in various applications, such as imaging systems. At the same time, it is intended, above all, to break through the existing technological restrictions on the components that may be used in this area. The focus of the investigations will in...

T-rays: New imaging technology spotlighted by American Chemical Society

...welve speakers introduced analytic applications of terahertz spectroscopy to the analytical chemistry community. T-rays are based on the terahertz (THz) region of the electromagnetic spectrum that is between infrared light and microwave radiation....

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