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Luminar made the cost question harder by making its lidar’s receiver (the that acts like your eye’s retina) out of indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) instead of silicon.
That team is charged with making Luminar’s receivers out of indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) instead of silicon, which Russell said makes Luminar’s LIDAR see farther and better without the risk of damaging people’s retinas.
View 27 Photos Novum’s decisive resource, however, is its multijunction gallium arsenide solar cells made by the German firm Azur Space.
The laser is made of gallium arsenide, a semiconductor material, and the lens is constructed of glass; both are fragile and easily broken.
The laser is made of gallium arsenide, a semiconductor material, and the lens is constructed of glass
For these components, more exotic materials like indium phosphide, gallium arsenide, and germanium work better.
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