Abstract

The manufacture of InSb photoconductive detectors is briefly described. A simplified design theory is given, followed by a description of typical performance between room temperature and 77°K. The practical embodiment of photocells is described, together with the design of arrays of detector elements.

© 1965 Optical Society of America

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