• Germanium (Ge) short wave infrared (SWIR) image sensors that it claims to be 100x cheaper than incumbent InGaAs sensors; claims it has overcome dark current and noise limitations of germanium through unique material structure
  • Previous use of Ge for SWIR image sensors have been largely u...

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