1 July 1990 Contribution of the graded region of a HgCdTe diode to its saturation current
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Optical Engineering, 29(7), (1990). doi:10.1117/12.55652
Experimental results show that the contribution of the graded n region to the current of Hg1 _xCdx Te diodes is not negligible, as compared to that of the p type bulk. The theoretical analysis reveals the influence of the electric field present outside the depletion region on the current generated by the graded region. This field not only produces a drift component, which drives the minority carriers into the junction; it also greatly modifies the excess carrier distribution, thereby changing the diffusion part of the current. The analysis shows the importance of the lifetime profile in the graded region, which is a function of the specific recombination mechanism and its dependence on the local dopant concentration. The effect of parameters such as substrate concentration, surface concentration, and junction depth on this current is discussed.
Samuel E. Schacham, Elieser Finkman, "Contribution of the graded region of a HgCdTe diode to its saturation current," Optical Engineering 29(7), (1 July 1990). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.55652


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