High quantum efficiency dual wavelength resonant-cavity photodetector

Srinivasan, A.; Murtaza, S.
January 1995
Applied Physics Letters;1/30/1995, Vol. 66 Issue 5, p535
Academic Journal
Examines the dual-wavelength, resonant-cavity photodiode. Evolution of fiber-optic communication systems toward higher transmission rates; Incorporation of dual wavelength mirror into the cavity to achieve operation in two wavelength regions; Demonstration of peak external quantum efficiencies at 730 and 910 nanometer.


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