Terahertz (THz) waves can be considered high-frequency microwaves. The terahertz spectrum window starts from 100 GHz and ends till 10 THz. It is envisioned that Terahertz (THz) technology will revolutionize the wireless communication industry. Terahertz frequency ranges have numerous attractive features, which benefit in high-resolution imaging, high-speed communications, future generation cellular communications, and a wide variety of emerging sensing applications. However, the realization of these systems still depends on the availability of cost-effective and high-performance technology platforms, which have been under development over the last two decades. For this reason, the THz frequency range is still rather unexplored.
Our research group is motivated by the requirement for efficient and economical high-frequency (millimeter wave and terahertz) components, devices, sensors, and systems. However, THz technology presently develops at a rapid pace. Yet, until the THz gap will be fully closed it will still take several more years.
- Group Members:
- 1. Prof. Nagendra Prasad Pathak
- 2. Prof. Darshak Bhatt
- 3. Prof. B. Gowrish
- 4. Prof. Utpal Dey
- 5. Prof. Ekant Sharma
- 6. Prof. Abhay Sah
- 7. Prof. Biplab Sarkar
- 8. Prof. Akhilesh Mohan
Department of Electronics & Communication
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Haridwar Highway, Roorkee,