Comb detects terahertz waves

Terahertz waves are beginning to be used in everyday applications within the security sector, for security screening, and the medical field to replace the more harmful X-ray.

  • 'Comb' created to detect terahertz waves

    Terahertz waves are beginning to be used in everyday applications within the security sector, for security screening, and the medical field to replace the more harmful X-ray.

    Now, chemists at Caltech have created a frequency comb that precisely ...
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  • Freescale continues to grow revenues

    Freescale, soon to be part of NXP as a consequence of the deal announced in March 2015, continues its slow recovery from its previously troubled financial position.

    In its latest statement, the company says it grew Q1 sales to $1.17billion, a 6% ...
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  • Closing the gaps in carbon nanotube transistors boosts performance

    While silicon based transistors have been the foundation of modern electronics, carbon nanotube wires show promise in replacing silicon because the technology can operate ten times as fast and is more flexible. However, the approach has some problems caused ... Read More
  • Reconfigurable chip defends against memory access attacks

    Researchers from MIT have designed a reconfigurable chip that is said to defend cloud based applications against memory access attacks. The concept is that, whenever a chip needs to fetch data from a particular memory address, it should also query a number of ... Read More





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