Ultra-High Precision Micromaching for Coherent Array Receivers

Project: Research project

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Description

Ultra-High Precision Micromaching for Coherent Array Receivers Ultra-High Precision Micromaching for Coherent Array Receivers The SESE THz Laboratory is a new laboratory at Arizona State University with extensive experience in metal micromachining for terahertz waveguide applications. The leader of this lab, Prof. Christopher Groppi, has produced splitblock waveguide structures in brass, aluminum and tellurium copper for frequencies ranging from 100 GHz to 2.7 THz, for both his own research and outside customers. An example of a waveguide circuit made in tellurium copper for the 660 GHz waveguide band is shown in figure 1. Waveguide circuits have been provided for the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, the Space Research Organization of the Netherlands, Chalmers Institute of Technology, the University of Cologne, the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory and others.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date4/26/101/31/12

Funding

  • OTHER: Domestic Non-ABOR University: $33,333.00

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