Traveling-Wave Tube Amplifier for THz Frequencies

Mikko Kotiranta, Viktor Krozer, Vitaliy Zhurbenko

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Abstract

The lack of a compact and powerful terahertz source has been hindering the application of terahertz radiation in many fields. Frequency multipliers can be used in conjunction with an electronic solid-state source to obtain power levels up to around 1 mW. A higher power may be generated with vacuum tubes and gas lasers, but the ones available are too expensive or large for many applications. This work is related to the European project OPTHER (Optically driven terahertz amplifiers) which aims to realise a compact, powerful and efficient vacuum tube amplifier for the frequency range of 0.3 – 2.0 THz. This amplifier could be then combined with a broad tunable photomixer system to attain a power level of 10 – 100 mW.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2009
Publication statusPublished - 2009
EventEuropean Summer School on New Trends in Terahertz Imaging - UPMC Paris Universitas, France
Duration: 1 Jan 2009 → …

Conference

ConferenceEuropean Summer School on New Trends in Terahertz Imaging
CityUPMC Paris Universitas, France
Period01/01/2009 → …

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Kotiranta, M., Krozer, V., & Zhurbenko, V. (2009). Traveling-Wave Tube Amplifier for THz Frequencies. Poster session presented at European Summer School on New Trends in Terahertz Imaging, UPMC Paris Universitas, France, .
Kotiranta, Mikko ; Krozer, Viktor ; Zhurbenko, Vitaliy. / Traveling-Wave Tube Amplifier for THz Frequencies. Poster session presented at European Summer School on New Trends in Terahertz Imaging, UPMC Paris Universitas, France, .
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Kotiranta, M, Krozer, V & Zhurbenko, V 2009, 'Traveling-Wave Tube Amplifier for THz Frequencies', European Summer School on New Trends in Terahertz Imaging, UPMC Paris Universitas, France, 01/01/2009.

Traveling-Wave Tube Amplifier for THz Frequencies. / Kotiranta, Mikko; Krozer, Viktor; Zhurbenko, Vitaliy.

2009. Poster session presented at European Summer School on New Trends in Terahertz Imaging, UPMC Paris Universitas, France, .

Research output: Contribution to conferencePosterResearch

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