Market analysis for terahertz components and systems up to 2031

Market analysis for terahertz components and systems up to 2031


The terahertz (THz) wave is an electromagnetic wave whose spectral range lies between microwave and infrared. Terahertz waves have a frequency range of about 100 GHz to 10 THz and wavelengths of 3 mm to 30 µm. They are known as far infrared or submillimeter waves. They also offer some advantages like low energy, non-invasive and high resolution and penetration. A key advantage of terahertz waves is that several materials block visible and IR spectra; however, these can appear transparent in the terahertz range.

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Similar to X-ray images, terahertz wavelengths can penetrate many non-conductive materials and easily reveal imperfections such as voids, cracks and density variations. Compared to X-rays or UV radiation, THz waves carry very low energies; they do not ionize and damage the material to be observed. Therefore, these waves are often used for non-invasive imaging and non-destructive quality control. Terahertz systems are used extensively for non-destructive testing applications including NDT on aircraft and fiber reinforced composites, thickness measurement of ceramic coatings, seam evaluation, void detection, inspection and repair of automotive piping and fuel tanks.

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The improvement in terahertz (THz) technology is rapidly increasing its demand in various applications such as THz radars, high-speed communications, medical imaging, environmental monitoring, and space exploration. High costs associated with the production and packaging techniques used for terahertz systems pose a significant challenge to the inexpensive and large production of these components in the manufacture of THZ systems. Current terahertz (THz) technology depends on …


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