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Ge-on-Si Single Photon Avalanche Diode Detectors for LIDAR in the Short Wave Infrared

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Ge-on-Si single photon avalanche diodes are used to demonstrate LIDAR in laboratory conditions. Modelling demonstrates that eye-safe kilometre range-finding is achievable at 1450nm wavelength. Afterpulsing is found to be considerably lower than commercial InGaAs/InP devices.

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