By Sarath D. Gunapala, David R. Rhiger and Chennupati Jagadish (Eds.)
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The hB SL and the eB SL are designed to have approximately zero conduction and valence subband offset with respect to the absorber SL, that is, they act as a pair of complementary unipolar barriers with respect to the absorber SL. A heavily doped n-type InAsSb region adjacent to the eB SL acts as the bottom contact layer. The unipolar-barrier-based Np junction between the hB SL and the absorber SL acts to reduce SRH-related dark current. The wider gap hB SL also serves to reduce trap-assisted tunneling.
Returning to the (22,6)-InAs/GaSb superlattice, we note in Fig. 8A that the HH1 level is also in the broken gap region. Then why is the HH1 effective mass so large along the growth direction? -Y. Ting et al. 8 Schematic energy band diagrams of (A) (22,6)-InAs/GaSb superlattice and (B) (6,34)-InAs/GaSb superlattice, along with the c1, hh1, and lh1 energy levels. The energy band gaps of InAs and GaSb are indicated by shaded solid rectangles. symmetry of the heavy-hole states. In the C1 level, the quantized level in the InAs conduction band quantum well can couple with the propagating light-hole states in the GaSb layers.
This result underscores the importance of the development of reliable etching and sidewall passivation that can suppress the surface leakage current and prevent the onset of frequency-dependent noise. There are additional sources of temporal noise in SL FPA such as the read-out noise, as well as the spatial noise, resulting from variations of the pixel characteristics across FPA. 6 µm cutoff wavelength was characterized at 80 K (Delaunay and Razeghi, 2009). This 320 × 256 array of 25 × 25 µm2 detectors with a 30-µm pitch array was passivated with SiO2 and hybridized to an ISC 9705 ROIC from Indigo Systems.
Advances in Infrared Photodetectors by Sarath D. Gunapala, David R. Rhiger and Chennupati Jagadish (Eds.)