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25 May 2011 A real-time terahertz imaging system consisting of terahertz quantum cascade laser and uncooled microbolometer array detector
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Terahertz imaging has attracted much attention in recent years, because the technique can be applied to many application fields such as nondestructive analysis and imaging method through opaque materials. A terahertz real-time imaging technique (Terahertz Camera) considered increasingly important in the future has been developed. The terahertz camera consists of a light source (Terahertz quantum cascade laser) and an un-cooled micro-bolometer array, which can easily get real-time terahertz-image. As an application of the terahertz camera, a stand-off imaging system that could be useful in a fire disaster relief and a label-free bio-materials detection system have developed and demonstrated.
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Iwao Hosako, Norihiko Sekine, Naoki Oda, Masahiko Sano, Seiji Kurashina, Masaru Miyoshi, Ken'ichi Sonoda, Hajime Yoneyama, and Tokuhito Sasaki "A real-time terahertz imaging system consisting of terahertz quantum cascade laser and uncooled microbolometer array detector", Proc. SPIE 8023, Terahertz Physics, Devices, and Systems V: Advance Applications in Industry and Defense, 80230A (25 May 2011); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.887947
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