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Pump and probe experimental setup with optoelectronically pulsed antenna for giga/terahertz spectroscopy

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4 Author(s)
Eloy, J.-F. ; CEA/CESTA, Le Barp, France ; Gerbe, V. ; Trombert, J.-H. ; Wilhelmsson, H.

A detailed description of a picosecond pump-probe optoelectronic pulsing (generating electromagnetic transients in free space) and sampling system is presented. This system will be used for spectroscopy in a [10-100]-GHz range of materials such as semiconductors. The signal-to-noise ratio obtained in this system is greater than 40 dB and the time resolution can be less than 500 fs, thereby permitting studies of very fast, low-amplitude transient phenomena. For microdevices separated by 5 cm an E peak field amplitude of 80 V/m is detected

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Instrumentation and Measurement, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:47 ,  Issue: 2 )