Abstract

For photoconductive (PC) antennae used as terahertz (THz) detectors, traditional data processing methods should be improved because the space-charge and radiation field screening effects and the time dependence of photocarriers density have not been considered. Through developing a double-probe-pulse THz detection technique and using an equivalent-circuit model to describe PC antennae, we present a new method to restore the THz-field wave shape from the measurement data of currents between two electrodes on the antenna. This method is verified to be effective through building a special THz time-domain spectroscopy system with double probes. This work is significant for the accurate determination of pulse THz fields.

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