8 January 1990 Room-Temperature InGaAs Detector Arrays For 2.5 µm
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This paper describes new alloy heterojunction detectors of In.8Ga.2As/InAs.56p.4 which can detect light between 1.7 and 2.6 μm with 50% quantum efficiency and 5 mA/cm2 dark current (-1V) density at room temperature. Wafer probe data showed that over 50 good contiguous 100 μm diameter devices (spaced 400 um) could be made on a 25 x 30 mm wafer with overall yield above 93%. The ability to operate under -1V reverse bias makes these devices ideally compatible with existing commercial multiplexer readouts.
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G. H. Olsen, G. H. Olsen, A. M. Joshi, A. M. Joshi, S. M. Mason, S. M. Mason, K. M. Woodruff, K. M. Woodruff, E. Mykietyn, E. Mykietyn, V. S. Ban, V. S. Ban, M. J. Lange, M. J. Lange, J. Hladky, J. Hladky, G. C. Erickson, G. C. Erickson, G. A. Gasparian, G. A. Gasparian, } "Room-Temperature InGaAs Detector Arrays For 2.5 µm", Proc. SPIE 1157, Infrared Technology XV, (8 January 1990); doi: 10.1117/12.978604; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.978604


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