Terahertz communication is recognized as a transformational technology that can meet the future demands of point-to-point communication. The study of terahertz atmospheric transmission characteristics is important for guiding the terahertz communication window selection process. In this report, based on the modified ITU-R P.676-10 model, we determined that the terahertz communication windows above 100 GHz were located at the bands at approximately 140, 220, 340, 410, and 460 GHz, which is verified by recent experiments. We also verified the feasibility of indoor point-to-point communication by the 110 m transmission experiment through the communication window around 460 GHz.
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CorrectionsZhenyang Xiao, Qiujie Yang, Jingguo Huang, Zhiming Huang, Wei Zhou, Yanqing Gao, Rong Shu, and Zhiping He, "Terahertz communication windows and their point-to-point transmission verification: publisher’s note," Appl. Opt. 57, 8593-8593 (2018)
18 September 2018: Corrections were made to the author listing.
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