SELECTION OF SPECTRAL CHARACTERISTICS OF A PHOTODETECTOR FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF ON-BOARD FIBER OPTICAL NETWORKS
Currently, optical fibers are increasingly being used as sensors for the parameters of onboard aircraft systems. The paper presents an investigation of the spectral characteristics of a photodetector for the implementation of an on-board network of sensors. As investigation shows, the photosensitive multilayer semiconductor Au-GaAs:O-nCdS-nInP-Au structures formed by vacuum deposition of thin films of cadmium sulfide and indium phosphide on a single-crystal gallium arsenide substrate have sensitivity in a wide spectral range from 0,5 to 1,7 µm. The photodetector with the mentioned characteristics could be embedded into onboard PFONs.
Giyasova, Feruza Abduazizovna; Zakirov, Ruslan Gilmullayevich; Mavlyanov, Abdulaziz Shavkatovich; and Usmonova, Nazokat Izatullaevna
"SELECTION OF SPECTRAL CHARACTERISTICS OF A PHOTODETECTOR FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF ON-BOARD FIBER OPTICAL NETWORKS,"
Euroasian Journal of Semiconductors Science and Engineering: Vol. 1
, Article 6.
Available at: https://uzjournals.edu.uz/semiconductors/vol1/iss4/6