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New Alloy Semiconductors Detect IR
Sensor Technology - December 1, 1996
A group at Northwestern University developed new thallium based semiconductor alloys with great promise in the long wavelength 1 to 12 μm regions of the spectrum. The goal: high-performance, room-temperature infrared sensing. ... [read more]
 
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Seeing a New Light; New Laser Boast Power, Reliability
Seeing a New Light; New Laser Boast Power, Reliability
Chicago Tribune - October 29, 1996
A high-power, low-energy miniature laser developed by Northwestern University researchers will be commercialized by Semiconductor Laser International Corp., the firm said Monday. ... [read more]
 
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GaN Film Nears Perfection
GaN Film Nears Perfection
BMDO Update - September 1, 1996
Northwestern University's Center for Quantum Devices has grown some of the world's highest-quality III-Nitride films, with defect densities less than 10 million per centimeter squared. ... [read more]
 
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MBE Growth of Indium Antimonide Reduces Cost of IR Arrays
MBE Growth of Indium Antimonide Reduces Cost of IR Arrays
Laser Focus World - July 1, 1996
At the Center for Quantum Devices (CQD) at NU, scientists have demonstrated 3 to 5 μm focal-plane 256 x256 pixel array imaging using indium antimonide (InSb) grown on a gallium arsenide (GaAs) substrate. ... [read more]
 
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Ultraviolet Detectors
Ultraviolet Detectors
Compound Semiconductor - May 1, 1996
Researchers at Northwestern University's Center for Quantum Devices are actively pursuing the development of AlGaN for photoconductive and photovoltaic UV detectors. ... [read more]
 
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Most Sensitive IR Detectors Developed by University Researchers
Most Sensitive IR Detectors Developed by University Researchers
Notherwestern Observer - April 22, 1996
Northwestern University Researchers have developed a new kind of semiconductor material for IR detectors that is far mode sensitive than any made to date. The new detectors should be able to see and image of a human body in extreme detail as a distance of several miles. ... [read more]
 
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GaN Laser Diode Brightens Hopes for a Long-Lived, SHort-Wavlength Device
GaN Laser Diode Brightens Hopes for a Long-Lived, SHort-Wavlength Device
Physics Today - April 1, 1996
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Northwestern InSb Research Revisited
Northwestern InSb Research Revisited
Electron Materials Technology News - April 1, 1996
Unfortunately the previous story about Northwestern university's QWIPs was incorrect. While the Center is working on QWIPs, the work discussed involved simple InSb p-n junction devices. ... [read more]
 
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Some Like it Hot
Some Like it Hot
Chemistry and Industry - February 19, 1996
Big brother may soon have a new way of watching you, thanks to researchers at Northwestern University. They've used advanced film deposition techniques to make heat-sensitive detectors so sensitive that they can provide detailed images of the human body from several miles away. ... [read more]
 
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Cameras That Go Infrared in the Night
Cameras That Go Infrared in the Night
New Scientist - February 17, 1996
Infrared detectors made from materials already used in lasers promise to provide the best infrared cameras and night-vision devices yet. These quantum well infrared photodetectors, or QWIPS are made from alternating layers of semiconductor materials, arranged atom by atom into layers just 10 molecules thick, says Manijeh Razeghi. ... [read more]
 

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