Detecting the full polarization state of terahertz transients. Castro-Camus, E., Lloyd-Hughes, J., Fraser, M., Tan, H., Jagadish, C., & Johnston, M. In Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering, volume 6120, 2006.
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We have developed a detector which records the full polarization state of a terahertz (THz) pulse propagating in free space. The three-electrode photoconductive receiver simultaneously records the electric field of an electromagnetic pulse in two orthogonal directions as a function of time. A prototype device fabricated on Fe + ion implanted InP exhibited a cross polarized extinction ratio better than 390:1. The design and optimization of this device are discussed along with its significance for the development of new forms of polarization sensitive time domain spectroscopy, including THz circular dichroism spectroscopy.
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