Terahertz waves have unique fundamental features for a wide range of applications, which are emerging at increasing pace not only in the domain of wireless communication, but also in remote sensing, probing of materials and scanning.
We investigate photonic techniques for the generation, detection and processing of ultra-high frequency electro-magnetic waves in the sub-THz to THz domain (i.e. 100 GHz and beyond). Due to the extremely high optical carrier frequencies used in fibre optic communication, optical techniques (such as optical heterodyning) are well positioned to readily generate and process THz waves.
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Data center connectivity by 6G wireless systemsPhotonics in Switching and Computing, (PSC2018) (2019)
Digital concrete: a reviewCement and Concrete Research (2019)
High-capacity 5G fronthaul networks based on optical space division multiplexingIEEE Transactions on Broadcasting (2019)
Chromatic dispersion analysis and compensation in a large core-count few-mode multi-core fiber based on optical vector network analysis2019 Optical Fiber Communications Conference and Exhibition, OFC 2019 (2019)
Analytical and experimental performance evaluation of antenna misalignment in Ka-band wireless linksMobile Networks and Applications (2019)