author = "Jung-Kubiak, Cecile"
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Silicon micromachined waveguide components at 0.75 to 1.1 THz

Description: Silicon micromachined waveguide components operating in the WM-250 (WR-1) waveguide band (0.75 to 1.1 THz) are measured. Through lines are used to characterize the waveguide loss with and without an oxide etch to reduce the surface roughness. A sidewall roughness of 100nm is achieved, enabling a wav...
Language(s): Catalán

Silicon micromachined waveguide components at 0.75 to 1.1 THz

Description: Silicon micromachined waveguide components operating in the WM-250 (WR-1) waveguide band (0.75 to 1.1 THz) are measured. Through lines are used to characterize the waveguide loss with and without an oxide etch to reduce the surface roughness. A sidewall roughness of 100nm is achieved, enabling a wav...
Language(s): Catalán

Silicon micromachined lens antenna for THz integrated heterodyne arrays

Description: In this paper, we present the design, fabrication, and measurements of a lens THz antenna that can be fabricated using conventional photolithography and deep reactive etching processes. The antenna is composed of an extended hemispherical silicon lens and a leaky wave waveguide feed. Both elements a...
Language(s): Inglés

Design guidelines for a terahertz silicon micro-lens antenna

Description: A silicon lens antenna suited for future integrated terahertz arrays has been proposed recently. The antenna consists of an extended hemispherical silicon lens fed by a leaky-wave waveguide feed. The primary advantage is that the antenna is compatible with silicon micro-fabrication techniques as onl...
Language(s): Inglés

Design guidelines for a terahertz silicon micro-lens antenna

Description: A silicon lens antenna suited for future integrated terahertz arrays has been proposed recently. The antenna consists of an extended hemispherical silicon lens fed by a leaky-wave waveguide feed. The primary advantage is that the antenna is compatible with silicon micro-fabrication techniques as onl...
Language(s): Inglés

Silicon micromachined lens antenna for THz integrated heterodyne arrays

Description: In this paper, we present the design, fabrication, and measurements of a lens THz antenna that can be fabricated using conventional photolithography and deep reactive etching processes. The antenna is composed of an extended hemispherical silicon lens and a leaky wave waveguide feed. Both elements a...
Language(s): Inglés

Terahertz antennas with silicon micromachined front-end

Description: Increasingly, terahertz systems are being used for multi-pixel receivers for different applications from mapping the star-forming regions of galaxies to stand-off radar imaging. Since microstrip patch antennas are too lossy and corrugated horn antenna arrays are difficult to machine at terahertz fre...
Language(s): Inglés

Terahertz antennas with silicon micromachined front-end

Description: Increasingly, terahertz systems are being used for multi-pixel receivers for different applications from mapping the star-forming regions of galaxies to stand-off radar imaging. Since microstrip patch antennas are too lossy and corrugated horn antenna arrays are difficult to machine at terahertz fre...
Language(s): Inglés
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