Lower dark current when operating at conventional temperatures, permitting improved sensitivity from lower shot noise and longer achievable integration timesBecause background radiatively-limited performance is both fundamental and physics-driven, in 2019 we proposed replacing Rule 07 with “Law 19” and provided a comparison of this fundamental limit with Rule 07. In this paper, we review the theoretical performance of Teledyne’s fully-depleted HgCdTe P-υ-N detectors and provide performance data on dark current, dynamic impedance and quantum efficiency (QE) for mid-wavelength infrared (MWIR) and long-wavelength infrared (LWIR) detectors both at high operating temperatures (up to 300K) and as a function of temperature
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