Progress in Infrared Photodetectors Since 2000
AbstractThe first decade of the 21st-century has seen a rapid development in infrared photodetector technology. At the end of the last millennium there were two dominant IR systems, InSb- and HgCdTe-based detectors, which were well developed and available in commercial systems. While these two systems saw improvements over the last twelve years, their change has not nearly been as marked as that of the quantum-based detectors (i.e., QWIPs, QDIPs, DWELL-IPs, and SLS-based photodetectors). In this paper, we review the progress made in all of these systems over the last decade plus, compare the relative merits of the systems as they stand now, and discuss where some of the leading research groups in these fields are going to take these technologies in the years to come. View Full-Text
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Downs, C.; Vandervelde, T.E. Progress in Infrared Photodetectors Since 2000. Sensors 2013, 13, 5054-5098.
Downs C, Vandervelde TE. Progress in Infrared Photodetectors Since 2000. Sensors. 2013; 13(4):5054-5098.Chicago/Turabian Style
Downs, Chandler; Vandervelde, Thomas E. 2013. "Progress in Infrared Photodetectors Since 2000." Sensors 13, no. 4: 5054-5098.