Story excerpt provided by Columbus Business First.
Written by Carrie Ghose.
An Ohio State University spinoff is using part of a $100,000 Ohio Third Frontier grant to build more prototypes for a try-it-you’ll-like-it approach to disrupting a monopoly in testing silicon computer chips.
TeraProbes Inc. has one working prototype and will build two more of a system that uses terahertz waves, which are just below infrared in frequency, to send and receive signals to test the performance of tiny transistors on the silicon wafers. It will then lend those to prospective customers.
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Originally published October 31, 2014.