Materials for infrared detectors II

8-9 July, 2002, Seattle, Washington, USA

Publisher: SPIE in Bellingham, Wash

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Includes bibliographical references and author index.

StatementRandolph E. Longshore, Sivalingam Sivananthan, chairs/editors ; sponsored and published by SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ; cooperating organizations, the Boeing Company (USA) ... [et al.].
GenreCongresses.
SeriesSPIE proceedings series ;, v. 4795, Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ;, v. 4795.
ContributionsLongshore, Randolph E., Sivananthan, S., Boeing Company.
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LC ClassificationsTA1570 .M365 2002
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 216 p. :
Number of Pages216
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Open LibraryOL3704156M
ISBN 100819445622
LC Control Number2003271887
OCLC/WorldCa51314586

serve as infrared detectors when used with a window material such as Si that transmits infrared light. Thermal detectors are mainly classified into: (1) thermopile detectors that change in electromotive force, (2) bolometers that change in resistance, (3) pyroelectric detectors that change in dielectric surface charge, and (4) diodes that. Pyroelectric Performances of Relaxor-Based Ferroelectric Single Crystals and their Applications in Infrared Detectors. Jun Akedo, Tseung-Yuen Tseng, Xiang Ming Chen and; Hua-Tay Lin Book Title. Advances in Multifunctional Materials and Systems II: Ceramic Transactions, Volume in Advances in Multifunctional Materials and Systems II. This e-book conveys information about basic IRT theory, infrared detectors, signal digitalization and applications of infrared thermography in many fields such as medicine, foodstuff conservation, fluid-dynamics, architecture, anthropology, condition monitoring, non destructive testing and evaluation of materials and structures. A thermographic camera (also called an infrared camera or thermal imaging camera or thermal imager) is a device that creates an image using infrared radiation, similar to a common camera that forms an image using visible d of the – nanometre range of the visible light camera, infrared cameras are sensitive to wavelengths from about 1, nm (1 μm) to ab nm (14 μm).

Sensor and Detector Technologies for Visible, Infrared (IR), Far-IR, and Submillimeter Scope Description: NASA is seeking new technologies or improvements to existing technologies to meet the detector needs of future missions, as described in the most recent decadal surveys. Theoretical investigation, design and characterization of type-II InAs/GaSb material and photodetectors aimed at realization of high performance, high temperature and low cost infrared detection and imaging: Publications: search papers: Graduated: June Current Appointment: Senior Manager of Strategy and M&A at Microsoft, Chicago, Illinois.   Abstract: Recent material and device architecture development have led to significant advances in III-V semiconductor infrared detectors and focal plane arrays. We provide an overview of high-performance type-II superlattice based unipolar barrier infrared detectors. The materials and detector structures were grown on () and ()B semi-insulating GaAs and GaAs coated Si substrates by low pressure metalorganic chemical vapor deposition and solid source molecular beam epitaxy. Photoconductive detectors fabricated from InAsSb and InTlSb have been operated in the temperature range from 77 K to K.

‎Terahertz (THz) and Mid-Infrared (MIR) radiation (TERA-MIR) can be transmitted through nearly any material without causing biological harm. Novel and rapid methods of detection can be created with devices operation in these spectral ranges allowing scanning for weapons, detecting hidden explos. MCT infrared detectors. On the other hand, HgCdTe (MCT)-based infrared detectors are popularly used as high-quality night-vision devices for MIR detection [].The MCT infrared detectors are made mainly from photoconductors, photodiodes, and avalanche photodiodes [] in which electrodes are required to be e the conventional ITO materials have relatively poor light transmittance .

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Series Title: Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering, v. Responsibility. 2D Materials for Infrared and Terahertz Detectors provides an overview of the performance of emerging detector materials, while also offering, for the first time, a comparison with traditional materials used in the fabrication of infrared and terahertz Edition: 1st Edition.

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Infrared Applications of Semiconductors II: Volume (MRS Proceedings). Completely revised and reorganized while retaining the approachable style of the first edition, Infrared Detectors, Second Edition addresses the latest developments in the science and technology of infrared (IR) detection.

Antoni Rogalski, an internationally recognized pioneer in the field, covers the comprehensive range of subjects necessary to understand modern IR detector theory and s: 3. Type-II infrared detectors Principle of operation Band structure of type-II superlattices Optical absorption in type-II superlattices Modeling and simulation of type-II superlattices Experimental results from type-II photoconductors.

This book discusses how to use and test infrared and visible detectors. The book provides a convenient reference for those entering the field of IR detector design, test or use, those who work in the peripheral areas, and those who teach and train others in the field.

Chapter 1 contains introductory material. 2D Materials for Infrared and Terahertz Detectors provides an overview of the performance of emerging detector materials, while also offering, for the first time, a comparison with traditional materials used in the fabrication of infrared and terahertz detectors.

Since the discovery of graphene, its applications to electronic and optoelectronic devices have been intensively researched.

The. Preface. Field Guide to Infrared Systems, Detectors, and FPAs, Second Edition, is written to clarify and summarize the theoretical and practical principles of modern infrared is intended as a reference for the practicing engineer and/or scientist who requires effective practical information to design, build, and/or test infrared equipment in a wide variety of applications.

Type I Matured material growth Low quantum efficiency Good uniformity over large area Complicated design and growth Multicolour detectors Type II Low Auger recombination rate Complicated design and growth Easy wavelength control Sensitive to the interfaces A.

Rogalski / Infrared Physics & Technology 43 () – This book discusses how to use and test infrared and visible detectors. The book provides a convenient reference for those entering the field of IR detector design, test or use, those who work in the peripheral areas, and those who teach and train others in the field.

Chapter 1 contains introductory material. Radiometry is covered in Chapter 2. The book goes on to discuss the mechanisms, operation, and theory of pyroelectric-infrared detectors in detail. Both material figures of merit and material performance are evaluated with a focus on the operational mode of a detector.

Design and fabrication techniques for obtaining the highest performance in an infrared detector are presented in. Mostly three types of detector materials are considered — HgCdTe and InAsSb ternary alloys, and type-II InAs/GaSb superlattice.

Recently, advanced heterojunction photovoltaic detectors have been developed. Novel HOT detector designs, so called interband cascade infrared detectors, have emerged as competitors of HgCdTe photodetectors.

Photovoltaic detectors contain a p-n junction on which photoelectric current appears upon illumination. An infrared detector is hybridized by connecting it to a readout integrated circuit with indium bumps.

This hybrid is known as a focal plane array. Detector materials. Lead(II) sulfide (PbS) Mercury cadmium telluride (Known as MCT, HgCdTe). Hg 1−x Cd x Te (MCT) is the most widely used infrared (IR) detector material in military applications, compared to other IR detector materials, primarily because of two key features: it is a direct energy band gap semiconductor and its band gap can be engineered by varying the Cd composition to cover a broad range of wavelengths.

A small. Infrared photodetectors --Photodiodes for optical communication --Quantum well infrared photodectors --Near-infrared photodetectors --UV photodetectors --High-temperature superconductors --Posters.

Series Title: Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society. Infrared Materials Incorporated is a manufacturer of high-performance Lead Sulfide (PbS) and Lead Selenide (PbSe) IR detectors and array components. Infrared detectors are generally classified as being either thermal or photon (quantum) detectors.

Lead Sulfide (PbS) and Lead Selenide (PbSe) detectors are both members of the lead-salt family of. Currently, III-V antimonide-based detector technology is under strong development as a possible alternative to HgCdTe material systems.

The apparent rapid success of a broken-gap type-II. Finally, the most relevant applications of mid-infrared devices are reviewed in industry, gas sensing, spectroscopy, and imaging. This book presents a key reference for materials scientists, engineers and professionals working in R&D in the area of semiconductors and optoelectronics.

Type-II superlattice mid-wavelength infrared detector and focal plane array out-performs InSb. Abstract Advances in bulk III-V semiconductor material such as InGaAsSb and metamorphic InAsSb, as well as in a variety of type-II superlattices such as InGaAs/GaAsSb, InAs/GaSb, and InAs/InAsSb, have provided continuously adjustable cutoff wavelength.

The choice of available infrared (IR) detectors for insertion into modern IR systems is both large and confusing. The purpose of this volume is to provide a technical database from which rational IR detector selection criteria evolve, and thus clarify the options open to the modern IR system designer.

The book provides a convenient reference for those entering the field of IR detector design, test or use, those who work in the peripheral areas, and those who teach and train others in the field. This book provides the background and vocabulary necessary to help readers understand the selection, operation, and testing of modern infrared devices.

INFRARED IMAGING: New IR detector materials challenge existing technologies. In choosing an infrared camera to meet the demands of any given application, systems developers must know the spectral characteristics of the material to be examined. Dec 5th, View Image Gallery.

This article presents a review on the current status, challenges, and potential future development opportunities for HgCdTe infrared materials and detector technology. A brief history of HgCdTe infrared technology is firstly summarized and discussed, leading to the conclusion that HgCdTe-based infrared detectors will continue to be a core infrared technology with expanded capabilities in.

This paper overviews the history of infrared detector materials starting with Herschel’s experiment with thermometer on February 11th, Infrared detectors are in general used to detect, image, and measure patterns of the thermal heat radiation which all objects emit.

At the beginning, their development was connected with thermal detectors, such as thermocouples and bolometers, which are.

Extraordinary and unusual electronic and optical properties make graphene and other two-dimensional (2D) materials promising candidates for infrared and terahertz (THz) photodetectors.

Until now, however, 2D material-based performance is lower in comparison with those of infrared and terahertz detectors existing in the global market.

III-V Barrier Diode Radiation-Hard Infrared Detectors for Space Applications. 2-Colour T2SL Detector Technology – deep dive investigation.

III-V detectors relate to a group of semiconductor compounds listed in the 13th and 15th column of the periodic table and referred to as III-V, whereas other infrared detectors may be referred to as II-VI.

Interband mid-infrared lasers. Quantum cascade lasers. High-brightness quantum cascade lasers. Mid-infrared frequency conversion in quasiphase matched semiconductors. Part Three - Photodetectors. HgCdTe photodetectors. Quantum cascade detectors: A review. InAs/GaSb type II superlattices: A developing material system for third.

Completely revised and reorganized while retaining the approachable style of the first edition, Infrared Detectors, Second Edition addresses the latest developments in the science and technology of infrared (IR) detection.

Antoni Rogalski, an internationally recognized pioneer in the field, covers the comprehensive range of subjects necessary to un2/5(1).We demonstrate that infrared detectors made from strained type‐II superlattices consisting of III–V semiconductors can have favorable properties for long‐wavelength (λ c >10 μm) detection applications.

We specifically consider InAs–Ga 1−x In x Sb strained‐layer superlattices with x≊ This is a type‐II superlattice where the conduction‐band minimum of InAs is lower in.The implementation of strained layer superlattices (SLS) for detection of infrared (IR) radiation has enabled compact, high performance IR detectors and two-dimensional focal plane arrays (FPAs).

Since initially proposed three decades ago, SLS detectors exploiting type II band structures existing in the InAs/GaSb material system have become integral components in high resolution thermal.