Fabrication and tests of various copper doped germanium photoconductors are described. In addition to the expected response of these detectors at wavelengths below about 30 micrometers due to the copper doping, most of the tested detectors exhibit a high sensitivity at wavelengths up to 200 micrometers. These results were used to obtain a broadband photoconductive detector the sensitivity of which shown to extend from approximately 5 micrometers to 200 micrometers.
Final Report Bonn Univ. (Germany
- Pub Date:
- December 1978
- Crystal Filters;
- Infrared Detectors;
- Doped Crystals;
- Instrumentation and Photography