Abstract

A group of 126 experimental, packaged, backilluminated, 1.75–2.2-μm wavelength, GaInAsSb mesa (~85-μm diameter) photodetectors have been assembled and evaluated. Average room-temperature properties were peak quantum efficiency, 86%; zero-bias capacitance, 3.9 pF; dark current at −0.5-V bias, 7.4 μA.

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