1 September 2005 Integrated micro-optical multichip module based on an uncooled InGaAsSb/AlGaAsSb photodetector
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Optical Engineering, 44(9), 094401 (2005). doi:10.1117/1.2055370
Abstract
This paper focuses on the integration of InGaAsSb photodetectors along with micro-optics in order to realize a prototype system that can achieve a stronger response during atmospheric profiling and spectroscopy measurements. The integration of the detector was executed using a novel conductive-adhesive-based flip-chip integration process. The design, fabrication, and integration of the constituent technologies and experimental results from their characterization are presented.
Saurabh K. Lohokare, Oleg V. Sulima, Thomas E. Dillon, Dennis W. Prather, "Integrated micro-optical multichip module based on an uncooled InGaAsSb/AlGaAsSb photodetector," Optical Engineering 44(9), 094401 (1 September 2005). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.2055370
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Sensors

Diffractive optical elements

Indium gallium arsenide antimonide

Photodetectors

Glasses

Adhesives

Photoresist materials

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