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ODIS, Inc. Receive A $750,000 Award To Develop

Infra-Red technologies currently require cryogenic cooling to operate and use independent readout integrated circuits. The ODIS technology has been developed to provide the new

Dr. Geoff Taylor, Chief Scientist, ODIS, Inc., states that by incorporating these technologies on the same epitaxial structure, the electro-optic operation should enable high sensitivity infra-red imaging in an uncooled environment with significantly improved operating speeds and off-chip communications.

"This breakthrough technology not only has the potential to produce tremendous cost savings for the U.S. Air Force and Space Missile Command," said Leon (Lee) Pierhal, President, ODIS, Inc. "We expect enhanced reliability and higher resolution for current and future satellite missions. In addition, the technology should be able to reduce the cost and improve performance for several commercial markets which become viable with this new capability".

At the heart of this technology is ODIS's new and patented semiconductor fabrication process, POET, (Planer OptoElectric Technology) which is based on a novel Group III-V materials structure. POET is a patented Group

III-V materials system that supports monolithic fabrication of ICs containing active and passive optical elements, together with high-performance analog and digital elements, allowing the economical integration of many optical devices together with dense, high-speed analog and high-speed, low-power digital elements in monolithic ICs.

 

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