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THz Radiation of Photoconductive Antennas based on {LT-GaAa/GaAa:Si} Superlattice Structures.

Title :
THz Radiation of Photoconductive Antennas based on {LT-GaAa/GaAa:Si} Superlattice Structures.
Authors :
Klochkov, A. N.
Klimov, E. A.
Solyankin, P. M.
Konnikova, M. R.
Vasil'evskii, I. S.
Vinichenko, A. N.
Shkurinov, A. P.
Galiev, G. B.
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Subject Terms :
SUBMILLIMETER waves
ANTENNAS (Electronics)
OPTICAL pumping
RADIATION
PHOTOVOLTAIC power systems
Source :
Optics & Spectroscopy; Jul2020, Vol. 128 Issue 7, p1010-1017, 8p
Academic Journal
A material in the form of a multilayer structure based on low-temperature LT-GaAs grown on (111)A-oriented substrates is proposed for fabrication of THz photoconductive antennas. These structures contain active LT-GaAs layers and doping acceptor GaAs:Si-based layers. At the optical pump power of 19 mW and the bias voltage of 30 V, a photoconductive antenna based on the optimized {LT-GaAs/GaAs:Si} (111)A structure emits THz pulses with the average power of 2.3 μW at the pulse repetition frequency of 80 MHz; the conversion efficiency is 1.2 × 10–4. It is shown that the dependence of the integral power of THz pulses of the antenna based on the {LT-GaAs/GaAs:Si} (111)A structure on the applied voltage is superlinear; the dependence of this parameter on the optical pump power is plotted as a curve with saturation. It is shown that the designed antennas have a practical application in THz spectroscopy of biological solutions. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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