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Institute of Radiophysics and Electronics Institute of Radiophysics and Electronics
Division of Physics and Astrophysics

Mid-infrared single and multi-element heterojunction photodetectors and object tracking systems

N Investment project title Mid-infrared single and multi-element heterojunction photodetectors and object tracking systems
1. Sector

Electronics, optoelectronics

2. Project description

One of the most actual problems of modern optoelectronics is the fabrication of high sensitive and effective systems that can define coordinates, rotation angle and sizes of different objects. As sensors in such systems coordinate-sensitive photodetectors in the form of linear chain or matrices of photodiodes and phototransistors are usually used. Such infrared systems can easily detect different “warm” objects, in particular military vehicles as well as thermal radiation of airplanes or missiles. Their radiation spectral range corresponds to one of the transparency windows of atmosphere which falls in the range of 3-5 um. For the first time, in that spectral range, (p)InSb - (n)CdTe heterojunction based two-coordinate sensitive photodetectors and object tracking optical system have been realized by our group, which may have more than 30nA/um coordinate sensitivity.

3. Project implementation period 3 years
4. Project location Institute of Radiophysics and Electronics of NAS RA, Russian- Armenian (Slavonic) University
5. Project overall cost (USD) 350.000
6. Required investments (USD) 320.000
7. Own funds (USD) 30.000
8. Creation of jobs At the beginning of the project At the end of the project
7 10
9. Payback period 5 years
10. Annual profitability index 20%
11. Detailed costs

Salary - USD 150.000
Materials and equipment - USD 170.000
Other expenses - USD 30.000

12. Offer to investor

The sell of photo-detectors might be possible after 1,5 year, and the sell of tracking systems - after 2 years

13. Contact details

Stepan Petrosyan, Head of Laboratory of the Institute of Radiophysics and Electronics of NAS RA
E-mail: spetrosyan {[ at ]} rau.am
Tel.: (+374 91) 439348



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