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14 May 2020 Extended SWIR high performance and high definition colloidal quantum dot imagers
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We present, for the first time, solution processed colloidal quantum dot extended short wavelength infrared (eSWIR) 1920 x 1080 format cameras sensitive from 300 nm to 2100 nm wavelengths at a pitch of 15 microns. We describe the performance of this high-definition imager using EMVA1288 machine vision testing and demonstrate pixel detectivities of 1 x1012 Jones and 32 fA of dark current when operating at room temperature [1]. These results show this monolithically integrated detector technology has sensitivity superior to most traditional epitaxial IR sensors employed in the 1700 to 2100 nm band [2]. The straightforward and scalable fabrication processes employed have enabled the first commercially available room temperature 2.1 MP camera with sensitivity out to 2.1 um.
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Sean Hinds, Ethan Klem, Chris Gregory, Allan Hilton, Greg Hames, and Katherine Violette "Extended SWIR high performance and high definition colloidal quantum dot imagers", Proc. SPIE 11407, Infrared Technology and Applications XLVI, 1140707 (14 May 2020); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2559115
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