Room-Temperature Midwavelength Infrared InAsSb Nanowire Photodetector Arrays with Al2O3 Passivation.

@article{Ren2019RoomTemperatureMI,
  title={Room-Temperature Midwavelength Infrared InAsSb Nanowire Photodetector Arrays with Al2O3 Passivation.},
  author={Dingkun Ren and Khalifa M. Azizur-Rahman and Zixuan Rong and B. C. Juang and Siddharth Somasundaram and Mohammad Shahili and Alan C. Farrell and Benjamin S. Williams and Diana L. Huffaker},
  journal={Nano letters},
  year={2019},
  volume={19 5},
  pages={
          2793-2802
        }
}
Developing uncooled photodetectors at midwavelength infrared (MWIR) is critical for various applications including remote sensing, heat seeking, spectroscopy, and more. In this study, we demonstrate room-temperature operation of nanowire-based photodetectors at MWIR composed of vertical selective-area InAsSb nanowire photoabsorber arrays on large bandgap InP substrate with nanoscale plasmonic gratings. We accomplish this by significantly suppressing the nonradiative recombination at the InAsSb… CONTINUE READING
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