Extension of Microwave Detection and Frequency Measuring Techniques into the Optical Region
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Precise frequency measurements in the far-infrared and infrared have made possible highly accurate spectroscopic observations in these regions. This article gives a review of the general properties of the high-speed diode element used in the frequency measurements. Other future applications are discussed in the concluding section.
KeywordsTunneling Junction Optical Region Microwave Region Wire Antenna Microwave Detection
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