Mike Favale : Terahertz
Mike Favale
| Owner of Tellcar Innovations, LLC, provider of Terahertz information. Owner of emerging terahertz properties: iterahertz.com, medicalterahertz.com, terahertzphones.com, terahertzrouter.com, thzrouter.com, thzscanner.com, terahertzspectrum.com, and more. I see a bright future in Terahertz(THz).

August 2012

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ScienceDaily: Graphene News

August 29, 2012

Great source for Terahertz Graphene Technology. Read on

Image from THz Science & Technology Network

August 10, 2012

Come back soon for more exciting Terahertz stuff!

Terahertz scanner could see skin cancer

August 6, 2012

CORNELL (US) — A new method of generating terahertz signals on an inexpensive silicon chip could have applications in medical imaging and wireless data transfer. 

A new way to generate terahertz signals on a low-cost silicon chip could be used to identify skin cancers too small to see with the naked eye, detect explosives, and make a sort of super-Bluetooth that could transfer an entire HD movie in a matter of seconds. (Credit: iStockphoto

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Scientists Make Wi-Fi Twenty Times Faster

August 6, 2012

If you’re never content with Wi-Fi speeds, rest assured that scientists are trying to help. In fact, a team of Japanese researchers has just broken the record for wireless data transmission in the terahertz range—with a data rate 20 times higher than most current Wi-Fi connections.

The research focuses on what scientists call the “T-ray” band: the part of the electromagnetic spectrum between 300 GHz and 3 THz. Lying between microwave and far-infrared, it’s currently an unregulated part of the spectrum, which could be fair game for use in Wi-Fi networks in the future.

My new Terahertz blog

August 6, 2012

I am very excitied to announce my new Terahertz blog. The future prospects involving Terahertz technology(thz) looks bright.
What is  Terahertz?
Terahertz radiation comprises electromagnetic waves propagating at frequencies in the terahertz range, from 0.3 to 3 THz. It is synonymously termed submillimeter radiation, terahertz waves, terahertz light, T-rays, T-waves, T-light, T-lux, THz. The term typically applies to electromagnetic radiation with frequencies between high-frequency edge of the microwave band, 300 gigahertz (3×1011 Hz), and the long-wavelength edge of far-infrared light, 3000 GHz (3×1012 Hz).