Thermal infrared detection using dipole antenna-coupled metal-oxide-metal diodes
Above: top view of resist, indicating location of dipole antenna, electrical leads, and cross section cut plane. Below: cross section of electron beam resist after development showing the PMMA bridge, opposing evaporation angles, and MOM diode area.
Scanning electron micrograph of an dipole antenna-coupled metal-oxide-metal diode. Inset: detail of the MOM diode region.
(Color online) Current-voltage characteristic and curvature of an ACMOMD fabricated by oxidation in air.
(Color online) Diode zero-bias resistance, zero-bias curvature, and peak curvature as a function of oxygen exposure during barrier layer formation for ACMOMD detectors.
(Color online) Polarization dependent response of an ACMOMD to radiation.
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