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  1. A TaN Resistor Reliability Evaluation.

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  2. Device Characteristics of an AlN/Al0.85Ga0.15N High Electron Mobility Transistor with A Regrown Ohmic Contact.

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  3. An AlN/Al0.85Ga0.15N High Electron Mobility Transistor with A Regrown Ohmic Contact.

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  4. Next-Generation Infrared Focal Plane Arrays for High-Efficiency Low-Noise Applications.

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  5. Next-Generation Infrared Focal Plane Arrays for High-Responsivity Low-Noise Applications.

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  6. Wafer-Level Step-Stressing of InGaP/GaAs HBTs.

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  7. Epitaxially passivated mesa-isolated InGaAs photodetectors.

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  8. Wafer-Level Step-Stressing of InGaP/GaAs HBTs.

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  9. GaSb-based infrared nBn detectors utilizing InAsPSb absorbers.

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  10. Enhanced infrared detectors using resonant structures combined with thin type-II superlattice absorbers

    Here we examined the spectral responsivity of a 1.77μm thick type-II superlattice based long-wave infrared detector in combination with metallic nanoantennas. Coupling between the Fabry-Pérot cavity formed by the semiconductor layer and the resonant nanoantennas on its surface enables spectral selectivity, while also increasing peak quantum efficiency to over 50%. Electromagnetic simulations reveal that this high responsivity is a direct result of field-enhancement in the absorber layer, enabling significant absorption in spite of the absorber’s subwavelength thickness. Notably, thinning of the absorbing material could ultimately yield lower photodetector noise through a reduction in dark current while improving photocarrier collection efficiency.more » The temperature- and incident-angle-independent spectral response observed in these devices allows for operation over a wide range of temperatures and optical systems. This detector paradigm demonstrates potential benefits to device performance with applications throughout the infrared.« less
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