Propagation of terahertz pulses in capillary waveguides with a metalized cladding
A. B. Sotskya, A. V. Shilova, L. I. Sotskayab
a Mogilev State A. Kuleshov University, Mogilev, Belorussia
b Belarusian-Russian University, Mogilev, Belorussia
Relations are obtained that make it possible to compute the field of the wide-band terahertz pulse in capillary waveguides with a hollow core and a metalized cladding. From the standpoints of maximization of the pulse energy transfer coefficient and time-domain spectroscopy of air, two types of waveguides are investigated: hollow waveguides with a metalized cladding and dielectric-lined waveguides whose hollow core is separated from the metal by a dielectric layer. It is shown that the efficiency of the waveguides of the second type is higher due to their quasi-single-mode operation.
terahertz pulse, terahertz spectroscopy, hollow core waveguide.
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A. B. Sotsky, A. V. Shilov, L. I. Sotskaya, “Propagation of terahertz pulses in capillary waveguides with a metalized cladding”, Computer Optics, 41:6 (2017), 803–811
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