Abstract

Since terahertz (THz) electromagnetic wave exhibits high transparency for various matters and can probe fingerprint spectra of various substances, THz imaging is expected for various quality inspections. Thus, it is desireble to capture 2-D images without spatial scanning. Moreover, if we can capture 2-D burst images of ultrafast transient phenomena in a single shot basis, it will be a powerful tool to understand the response of matters under high electric fields. However, with the conventional terahertz imaging method[1], iterative measurements are always required for capturing dynamic 2-D images.

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