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Author (up) Antipov, S.; Trifonov, A.; Krause, S.; Meledin, D.; Kaurova, N.; Rudzinski, M.; Desmaris, V.; Belitsky, V.; Goltsman, G. url  doi
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  Title Improved bandwidth of a 2 THz hot-electron bolometer heterodyne mixer fabricated on sapphire with a GaN buffer layer Type Journal Article
  Year 2019 Publication Supercond. Sci. Technol. Abbreviated Journal Supercond. Sci. Technol.  
  Volume 32 Issue 7 Pages 075003  
  Keywords NbN HEB mixer, GaN buffer layer, sapphire substrate  
  Abstract We report on the signal-to-noise and gain bandwidth of a niobium nitride (NbN) hot-electron bolometer (HEB) mixer at 2 THz fabricated on a sapphire substrate with a GaN buffer layer. Two mixers with different DC properties and geometrical dimensions were studied and they demonstrated very close bandwidth performance. The signal-to-noise bandwidth is increased to 8 GHz in comparison to the previous results, obtained without a buffer-layer. The data were taken in a quasi-optical system with the use of the signal-to-noise method, which is close to the signal levels used in actual astrophysical observations. We find an increase of the gain bandwidth to 5 GHz. The results indicate that prior results obtained on a substrate of crystalline GaN can also be obtained on a conventional sapphire substrate with a few micron MOCVD-deposited GaN buffer-layer.  
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  Call Number Antipov_2019 Serial 1277  
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Author (up) Bakhvalova, T.; Belkin, M. E.; Kovalyuk, V. V.; Prokhodtcov, A. I.; Goltsman, G. N.; Sigov, A. S. url  doi
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  Title Studying key principles for design and fabrication of silicon photonic-based beamforming networks Type Conference Article
  Year 2019 Publication PIERS-Spring Abbreviated Journal PIERS-Spring  
  Volume Issue Pages 745-751  
  Keywords silicon photonics, TriPleX platform  
  Abstract In the paper, we address key principles for computer-aided design and fabrication of silicon-photonics-based optical beamforming network selecting the optimal approach by simulation and experimental results. To clarify the consideration, the study is conducted on the example of a widely used binary switchable silicon-nitride optical beamforming network based on TriPleX platform. Comparison of simulation results and experimental studies of the prototype shows that the relative error due to technological imperfections does not exceed 3%. According to the estimation, such an error introduces insignificant distortion in the radiation pattern of the referred antenna array.  
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  Call Number 9017646 Serial 1186  
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Author (up) Baksheeva, K.; Vdovydchenko, A.; Gorshkov, K.; Ozhegov, R.; Kinev, N.; Koshelets, V.; Goltsman, G. url  doi
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  Title Study of human skin radiation in the terahertz frequency range Type Conference Article
  Year 2019 Publication J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. Abbreviated Journal J. Phys.: Conf. Ser.  
  Volume 1410 Issue Pages 012076 (1 to 5)  
  Keywords SIS mixer, SIR, applications, medicine, sympathetic nervous system, SNS  
  Abstract The radiation of human skin in the terahertz frequency range under the influence of mental stresses has been studied in the current work. An experimental setup for observation of changes in human skin radiation, which occur under the influence of psychological stresses, by means of a superconducting integrated receiver has been developed. More than 30 volunteers participate in these studies, which allows us to verify presence of correlation between the signals from the superconducting integrated terahertz receiver and other sensors that monitor human mental stress.  
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Author (up) Bandurin, Denis; Svintsov, Dmitry; Gayduchenko, Igor; Xu, Shuigang; Principi, Alessandro; Moskotin, Maksim; Tretyakov, Ivan; Yagodkin, Denis; Zhukov, Sergey; Taniguchi, Takashi; Watanabe, Kenji; Grigorieva, Irina; Polini, Marco; Goltsman, Gregory; Geim, Andre; Fedorov, Georgy url  openurl
  Title Resonant terahertz photoresponse and superlattice plasmons in graphene field-effect transistors Type Miscellaneous
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  Abstract Plasmons, collective oscillations of electron systems, can couple light and electric current, and thus can be used to create compact photodetectors, radiation mixers, and spectrometers. Despite the effort, it has proven challenging to implement plasmonic devices operating at THz frequencies. The material capable to meet this challenge is graphene as it supports long-lived electrically-tunable plasmons. In this talk, we will demonstrate plasmon-assisted resonant detection of THz radiation by antenna-coupled graphene FETs that act as both rectifying elements and plasmonic Fabry-Perot cavities amplifying the photoresponse. We will show that by varying the plasmon velocity using gate voltage, our detectors can be tuned between multiple resonant modes, a functionality that we apply to measure plasmons' wavelength and lifetime in graphene as well as to probe collective modes in its moire minibands. Our approach offers a convenient tool for further plasmonic research that is often difficult under non-ambient conditions and promises a viable route for various THz applications. We acknowledge Leverhulme Trust, Russian Science Foundation Grants N18-72-00234 and 17-72-30036, Russian Foundation for Basic Research No. 18-57-06001 and 16-29-03402.  
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Author (up) Elezov, M.; Ozhegov, R.; Goltsman, G.; Makarov, V. url  doi
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  Title Countermeasure against bright-light attack on superconducting nanowire single-photon detector in quantum key distribution Type Journal Article
  Year 2019 Publication Opt. Express Abbreviated Journal Opt. Express  
  Volume 27 Issue 21 Pages 30979-30988  
  Keywords SSPD, SNSPD  
  Abstract We present an active anti-latching system for superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors. We experimentally test it against a bright-light attack, previously used to compromise security of quantum key distribution. Although our system detects continuous blinding, the detector is shown to be partially blindable and controllable by specially tailored sequences of bright pulses. Improvements to the countermeasure are suggested.  
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  Call Number Serial 1275  
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