Abstract

We demonstrate ultrafast optical control of surface plasmon assisted terahertz (THz) transmission in a subwavelength metallic hole array on a semiconductor substrate. The transient photoconductivity of the substrate allows modulation of the THz resonance amplitude via optical excitation with a time scale of ~10 ps.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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