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Silicon photonics targets terahertz region

Nature Photonicsvolume 12pages574575 (2018) | Download Citation

The achievement of plasmonic-enhanced silicon-based terahertz emitters and detectors brings hope for the realization of integrated circuits that bring together electronics, photonics and terahertz functions on a single chip.

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