Arsenide / Phosphide / Antimonide
The most mature manufacturing processes within the compound semiconductor industry are those associated with the deposition of arsenides, phosphides and antimonides.
Arsenides are at the heart of every smartphone, amplifying wireless signals to levels required for communication and handling switching between different networks. These materials are also used to make highly efficient red LEDs for vehicle brake lights, and they are found in powerful lasers used for cutting and welding.
Phosphides and antimonides are used to manufacture infrared lasers and detectors, two of the most important components in communication networks, which form the backbone of the Internet.
Most of Riber's industry-leading MBE systems can be used to deposit high-quality epitaxial films of arsenides, phosphides and antimonides, including the Compact 12 and Compact 21 research machines and various production reactors. The MBE 6000 and MBE 7000 are dedicated to the manufacture of arsenide wafers, with the throughput of the latter machine exceeding 20,000 6-inch arsenide wafers per year.
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