Abstract

This paper discusses instantaneous electric near-field imaging in the K-band. The imaging technique is based on the live electrooptic imaging (LEI) scheme, which was originally developed for electric near-field imaging in the microwave range. The measurement frequency of the LEI system is extended by using the second-order harmonic component of modulated light as a photonic local oscillator signal. We demonstrated electric near-field imaging over rather ordinary components such as an SMA connector and a microstrip transmission line at frequencies up to 25 GHz.

© 2008 IEEE

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