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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 2260-2264

Silicon-On-Insulator Photodetectors: Opportunity and Challenge

Hiroshi lnokawa*, Hiroaki Satoh, Anitharaj Nagarajan, Aruna Priya Panchanathan, Revathi Manivannan, Durgadevi Elamaran.


Although the silicon-on-insulator (SOI) is not popular as a material for photodetectors due to the small light absorption in the thin silicon layer, it brings new opportunities in photodetectors based on the phenomena such as optical confinement, carrier confinement and thermal isolation. This report introduces the unique uses of such phenomena found in the SOI photodiode with surface plasmon (SP) antenna, SOI MOSFET single-photon detector and SOI MOSFET terahertz (THz) bolometer.This study aims to study the roles of digital media in affecting women with hijab. Women who wear hijab somehow spread through publications and media participation in the dissemination of Hijab types. The aim and their understanding of Hijab's mode have been challenged in studying the roles of media in influencing women. A comprehensive study of 60 women was carried out to assess if media in modernization Hijab affects women in the use of Hijab. Results have been presented, and it has been shown that the media is using its resources entirely to manipulate women who wear Hijab regardless of their true intent. Hijab apparel sales media to continue in the fashion line. The Islamic laws continue to be styled by Muslim women. Technology helps spread news or updates of the current Hijab mode to everyday Muslim people in today's modern world. Changes to the Hijab mode may be accepted as one of the fashion trends during this period. However, to not deceive Islam's missionary, the relevance or the real prospects should be strengthened by Hijab.

Key words: silicon-on-insulator (SOI); surface plasmon (SP) antenna, single-photon detectior, terahertz (THz) bolometer.

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