“The need for greater bandwidth is pushing carrier frequencies higher and higher, and as they move from the GHz regime into the THz regime, emissivity and directivity become an issue,” states Dr. Joseph R. Demers, CEO of Bakman Technologies. “In laymen’s terms, it is becoming less like the network router that bathes your home in […]Continue Reading
The Jackson Pollock of THz Photomixing – Electronics so pretty they could hang on your wall.
We tied our engineers to their “socially distanced” desks* and worked diligently through the pandemic to get the new electronics for our laser heterodyne controller designed and out for manufacture. The new controller is based on the electronics from our PB7220 series of frequency domain THz spectrometers, but they have been improved for use in our […]Continue Reading
Bakman Awarded Supplemental Grant to aid in the Commercialization of Spectroscopic THz Sensors
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, AUGUST 2020 – The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded Bakman Technologies a $40,000 Technical and Business Assistance (TABA) supplement. TABA supplements are intended to assist small businesses with the commercialization and protection of their technology. “We are very thankful for the extra funding,” states Dr. Joseph R. Demers, CEO of Bakman Technologies. “It will […]Continue Reading