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- Signal-to-noise ratio in Terahertz wireless communication using field-effect-transistors as detectors doi link

Auteur(s): TOHME L., Blin S., Nouvel P., Pénarier A., Torres J., Varani L., Ducournau G., Artillan Philippe, Bollaert S., Roelens Y., Coquillat D., But D., Knap W., Teppe F.

Conference: 2013 22ND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NOISE AND FLUCTUATIONS (ICNF) (Montpellier, FR, 2013-06-24)
Actes de conférence: 2013 22ND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NOISE AND FLUCTUATIONS (ICNF), vol. p.1-3 (2013)
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DOI: 10.1109/ICNF.2013.6578992
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We report on terahertz wireless communication experiments at 0.2 THz, using a commercial GaAs field-effect-transistor as detector. For the first time, we will present the transmission of pseudo-random bit sequence at 0.2 THz using this commercial transistor and demonstrate open eye-patterns up to 1.5 Gbps. This transistor is integrated into a machined horn, so that its sensitivity is improved to 1 V/W, and has a 10 GHz cut-off frequency. We will discuss signal-to-noise ratio in the terahertz wireless data transmission.