Del Mar Photonics
New band pass and long pass optical filters based on porous silicon and metal
* Band pass filters with center wavelengths from 30 THz into GHz range and transmissions up to 80% or better. Standard designs with clear aperture diameters from 12.5 to 37.5 mm - request a quote
* Long pass filters with standard rejection edge wavelengths from 60 THz into GHz range. Maximum transmission up to 80% or better, standard designs at 19.0 and 25.4 mm diameters - request a quote
* Excellent thermal (from cryogenic to 600 K) and mechanical properties
* Standard filter designs available from stock, custom products & designs delivered in 6-8 weeks pending quantity and performance requirements.
If you or one of your colleagues is interested in obtaining more information, would like us to contact you to further discuss your application, or would like to receive a filter for evaluation please contact us at your convenience.
Terahertz products from Del Mar Photonics
|Terahertz Spectroscopy: Principles and Applications (Optical
Science and Engineering) ~ Susan L. Dexheimer
of new sources and methods in the terahertz spectral range has generated
intense interest in terahertz spectroscopy and its application in an array
of fields. Presenting state-of-the-art terahertz spectroscopic techniques,
Terahertz Spectroscopy: Principles and Applications focuses on time-domain
methods based on femtosecond laser sources and important recent applications
in physics, materials science, chemistry, and biomedicine.
Principles of Terahertz Science and Technology (Lecture Notes in Physics) ~ Yun-Shik Lee
Principles of Terahertz
Science and Technology aims to elucidate the fundamentals of THz technology
and science for potential new users. It surveys major techniques of
generating, detecting, and manipulating THz waves and also discusses a
number of essential processes where THz waves interact with physical,
chemical, and biological systems. This book serves as an introduction to THz
technology for new researchers in various fields.
Terahertz Science And Technology For Military And Security Applications (Selected Topics in Electronics and Systems) ~ Dwight L. Woolard
The inherent advantages and potential payoffs of the
terahertz (THz) regime for military and security applications serve as an
important driver for interest in new THz-related science and technology. In
particular, the very rapid growth in more recent years is arguably most
closely linked to the potential payoffs of THz sensing and imaging
|Terahertz Optoelectronics ~ Sakai, Kiyomi
The book presents recent and important developments in the field of terahertz radiation with a particular focus on pulsed terahertz radiation. Situated in the gap between electronics and optics, the terahertz frequency range of the electro-magnetic spectrum has long been neglected by scientists and engineers due to a lack of efficient and affordable terahertz sources and detectors. The advent of femtosecond lasers in the 1980s and photoconductive switches in 1984 have made the terahertz gap accessible, while at the same time advances in electronics and optics have made it narrower. Research activities in terahertz frequencies have risen dramatically since that time, funding has increased by a factor of 100 in the last decade. The reviews by leading experts are of interest to researchers and engineers as well as advanced students.
|Intense Terahertz Excitation of Semiconductors ~ S. G.
Product DescriptionIntense Terahertz Excitation of
Semiconductors presents the first comprehensive treatment of high-power
terahertz applications to semiconductors and low-dimensional semiconductor
structures. Terahertz properties of semiconductors are in the center of
scientific activities because of the need of high-speed electronics. This
research monograph bridges the gap between microwave physics and photonics.
It focuses on a core topic of semiconductor physics providing a full
description of the state of the art of the field.
Terahertz Frequency Detection and Identification of Materials and Objects ~ R.E. Miles
Terahertz frequency sensing has
a unique part to play in the detection and identification of materials and
objects. This frequency range, corresponding to a wavelength of around 0.1
mm, can be used to identify materials from their molecular spectra and to
produce images of concealed objects. Terahertz spectra of drugs of abuse and
explosives presented by a number of the contributing authors show that the
presence of these materials can be detected in envelopes, packages and