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author = {Danylyuk, S and Poppe, U and Kadlec, F and Kuel, P and Berta, M and Klein, N and Pullar, RC and Alford, NMN and Romanus, H},
doi = {10.1109/MWSYM.2007.380471},
pages = {1383--1386},
title = {Broadband microwave-to-terahertz near-field imaging},
url = {},
year = {2007}

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AB - In this paper we present a high performance near-field imaging method suitable for broadband applications. Recent advances in preparing micrometer and submicrometer resolution near-field probes are reported, along with examples of applications of this method both for frequency and time domain measurements. For the latter, pulsed terahertz radiation has been used to probe a broadband (300 GHz-2 THz) spectroscopic response of substances with different dielectric properties. For frequency domain measurements a continuous wave 80 GHz radiation has been applied to metallic, semiconducting, ferroelectric and biological objects. Frequency independent high spatial resolution and high sensitivity have been demonstrated for all measurements. © 2007 IEEE.
AU - Danylyuk,S
AU - Poppe,U
AU - Kadlec,F
AU - Kuel,P
AU - Berta,M
AU - Klein,N
AU - Pullar,RC
AU - Alford,NMN
AU - Romanus,H
DO - 10.1109/MWSYM.2007.380471
EP - 1386
PY - 2007///
SN - 0149-645X
SP - 1383
TI - Broadband microwave-to-terahertz near-field imaging
UR -
ER -