InGaAs

AcronymDefinition
InGaAsIndium-Gallium-Arsenide
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The global InGaAs image sensors market is expected to reach USD 101.7 million at a CAGR of over 14.0% by the end of the forecast period 2018-2025.
Emberion estimates that replacing a system using silicon and InGaAs sensors with its graphene photodetector would result in a 30 per cent cost reduction.
I asked the owner of a NIR instrument company how much a diode array, not even cooled, with InGaAs would cost.
By properly controlling the charge density of the charge control layer, sufficient electric field can be reached to achieve a good avalanche gain while keeping the tunneling and impact ionization away from the InGaAs absorption layer.
In this paper, we proposed InGaAs MOSFET structures with [Si.sub.3][N.sub.4] sidewall.
Calculation of the quantum system composed by the AlAs, InGaAs, and GaAs layers was performed by means of the software Tibercad, following the procedure described in depth in [14].
These smaller geometries and lower voltages ICs require emission tools that are capable of seeing emissions that are further into the infrared regime than the traditional InGaAs cameras can detect.
The space terminal combines three modules--optical, modem and electronic controllers--and contains innovations like magneto-hydrodynamic angle rate sensors and an InGaAs quadrant detector.
(Hawthorne, California - www.osioptoelectronics.com), a division of OSI Systems, is the global leader in design and manufacture of high performance standard, custom, and OEM silicon and InGaAs photodiodes.
"Melitta has invested in two of our innovative optical sorters--the Sortex Z+R, with Enhanced InGaAs and PROfile shape technology.
Melitta, Minden, Germany, has installed two of Buhler's optical sorters--the SORTEX Z+R, with Enhanced InGaAs and PROfile shape technology, to identify and separate substandard product and foreign materials from its product stream.