Bringing the invisible to the engineers’ eye with near-field scanning

Bringing the invisible to the engineers’ eye with near-field scanning

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The adage “A picture paints a thousand words” results from the fact that we experience a major part of our perceptions with our eyes. Electromagnetic radiation is always surrounding us. However, the visible wavelength reaching our eyes is only a small fraction of the entire spectrum, leaving the major part of the wavelengths interesting for technical applications invisible to the human eye. As the demand for communication-channels is constantly rising, the electromagnetic spectrum becomes a precious good that must be optimized and the amount of electromagnetic energy present in the vicinity of electronic devices is increasing. On the other hand,…
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