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Inventor:
Taday; Philip F.
Address:
Cambridge, GB
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7675036 Reducing scattering related features in terhertz time domain spectroscopy by averaging the impul March 9, 2010
A method of investigating an object, comprising the steps of: (a) irradiating the object with an optically-generated pulse of electromagnetic radiation, said pulse having a plurality of frequencies in the range from 100 GHz to 100 THz; (b) detecting radiation transmitted and/or refle
7663107 Method and apparatus for quantitative analysis using terahertz radiation February 16, 2010
A method of quantitatively analysing a sample, the method comprising: irradiating the sample with radiation having a plurality of frequencies in the range from 25 GHz to 100 THz; detecting radiation reflected from and/or transmitted by said sample to obtain a frequency domain waveform










 
 
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