Konishi, Y. and Kamegawa, M. and Case, M. and Yu, R. and Rodwell, M. J. W. and York, R. A. and Rutledge, D. B. (1992) Picosecond electrical spectroscopy using monolithic GaAs circuits. Applied Physics Letters, 61 (23). pp. 2829-2831. ISSN 0003-6951 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:KONapl92
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This article describes an experimental apparatus for free-space mm-wave transmission measurements (spectroscopy). GaAs nonlinear transmission lines and sampling circuits are used as picosecond pulse generators and detectors, with planar monolithic bowtie antennas with associated substrate lenses used as the radiating and receiving elements. The received pulse is 270 mV amplitude and 2.4 ps rise time. Through Fourier transformation of the received pulse, 30–250 GHz measurements are demonstrated with <=0.3 dB (rms) accuracy.
|Additional Information:||© 1992 American Institute of Physics (Received 24 April 1992; accepted 29 September 1992) This work was supported by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research under Grant No. ( AFSOR-89-0394).|
|Subject Keywords:||MICROWAVE RADIATION; RADIATION DETECTION; SPECTROSCOPY; ANTENNAS; FOURIER TRANSFORMATION; GAIN; PULSE GENERATION; LASER BEAM APPLICATIONS|
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