Photodiode Amplifier

Photodiode Amplifier for the MWIL PDQ Products Now Available

For immediate release Salt Lake City, Utah – April 2015 – Terahertz Device Corporation announces its photodiode amplifier (PDA) for the PDQ (photodiode QuiC) of its QuiC SLED™ product line. The amplifier matches the PDQ impedance, producing a photodetector fast enough to follow a QuiC SLED™ mid-infrared LED signal. The PDQ operates at room temperature, […]

Terahertz Team to attend SPIE DSS Conference in Baltimore

Meet with our team at SPIE DSS 2015 The Terahertz Device Corp. Team is on their way to Baltimore to attend SPIE.DSS Conference for the second year.  This year’s team includes our President & CEO, Mark Miller as well as our Marketing Team, MaryPat Kavanagh and Nicole Berry. Our latest technology including the QuiC SLED and […]

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Terahertz Device Corporation’s regulated pulse driver for the mid-infrared QuiC SLED

Salt Lake City, Utah (April 2015) – Terahertz Device Corporation announces a current-regulated pulse driver (RPD) for its QuiC SLED mid-infrared LEDs. The driver’s burst mode delivers short pulses of high current for maximum LED brightness without overheating, ideal for time-gating and peak detection where maximum brightness is crucial to performance. A quasi-continuous wave (qCW) mode […]

The QuiC SLED™ taken to the Sensors Expo

June, 2014 — The QuiC SLED™ taken to the Sensors Expo in Chicago. The 4.25 µm QuiC SLED, with emission lined up for carbon dioxide detection in the MWIR window, was introduced to the sensors community with a booth demonstration that features the LED also used as a photodiode to give a live demonstration of […]

Terahertz Device Corporation announces the first mid-infrared LEDs of its new QuiC SLED™ product line

Salt Lake City — May 2014 — Terahertz Device Corporation has announced availability for the first devices of its QuiC SLED™ product line. The LEDs emit 4.25 µm wavelength light, with peak powers above 2 milliwatts. This new technology brings bright, fast-switching lights to the mid-wave infrared (MWIR) atmospheric window, and the emission peak of […]