Terahertz spectroscopy is a rapidly evolving field with interesting applications in medical imaging, security, scientific imaging (chemistry, biochemistry, astronomy), communications, and manufacturing. Many molecules, especially biomolecules, provide fingerprint spectroscopic lines in the Terahertz region.
The Asynchronous Optical Sampling scheme can be exploited for high-speed THz-TDS data acquisition. With two fiber lasers synchronized in an asynchronous optical sampling (ASOPS) scheme one can build a rapid scannig Terahertz spectrometer. By avoiding the use of a mechanical delay line for temporal scanning the system enables high-speed and high-resolution data acquisition.
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More information is also available in our webinars:
Terahertz Time-Domain Spectroscopy
Remote control & automation for seamless integration of a Terahertz TDS system
Terahertz Time-Domain Spectroscopy: Why Would I Need a THz Spectrometer?
- Detecting Hazardous Fluids
- SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATION: All polarization‑maintaining fiber laser architecture for robust femtosecond pulse generation
- SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATION: Novel Technique for Time-Resolved Experiments Without Moveable Optical Delay Lines
- SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATION: Optical sampling by laser cavity tuning
- SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATION: Wideband detection of transient solid-state dynamics using ultrafast fiber lasers and asynchronous optical sampling