Abstract

We have produced a rigid dielectric terahertz mirror by tape casting and sintering 25 stacked ceramic layers of alumina and alumina–zirconia. Our structure shows a pronounced stop band between 0.3 and 0.38  THz. The experimental data agree well with transfer matrix calculations.

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