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|Title:||Mixing of 30 THz laser radiation with nanometer thin-film Ni-NiO-Ni diodes and integrated bow-tie antennas|
De Natale, P.
|Citation:||Applied Physics B: Lasers and Optics, 1996; 63(2):135-140|
|C. Fumeaux, W. Herrmann, H. Rothuizen, P. De Natale, F. K. Kneubühl|
|Abstract:||Mixing experiments with 30 THz CO2-laser radiation as well as the detection of 35 ps 30 THz pulses of an optical-free-induction-decay CO2-laser system have been performed with the first nanometer thin-film Ni-NiO-Ni diodes with a minimum contact area of 0.012 µm2. Difference frequencies up to 85 MHz were detected by mixing two different CO2-laser beams coupled to the diode with an integrated bow-tie antenna. The dependence of the beat signal on bias voltage, laser power and polarization of the infrared laser radiation was determined.|
|Rights:||© Springer-Verlag 1996|
|Appears in Collections:||Electrical and Electronic Engineering publications|
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