Long-wavelength HgCdTe negative luminescent devices

Ashley, T.; Gordon, N. T.; Nash, G. R.; Jones, C. L.; Maxey, C. D.; Catchpole, R. A.
August 2001
Applied Physics Letters;8/20/2001, Vol. 79 Issue 8, p1136
Academic Journal
We have investigated the negative luminescent properties of a HgCdTe device, fabricated from a 1 mm diameter array of photodiodes having peak emission at a wavelength of 8.5 μm. This long-wavelength luminescence is of sufficient efficiency and area to be useful in device applications. © 2001 American Institute of Physics.


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