A non-active perimeter region surrounds the active area, and includes at least one p ring surrounding the active area.
The microbridge level includes the active area having the pixel collection area greater than a square area of the active area of the microbridge detector.
An auxiliary active area (23), isolated from the first active area, is employed as a charge reservoir for programming and linked to the first active area by an extended ion implantation region (45).
An inactive area may surround the active area.
The second substrate has an active area that may include a circuit panel and a perimeter seal area surrounding that active area.
The first active region and the second active region are separated by an isolation region.
An active region oxide covers a portion of the first active region.
The isolation region containing an isolation material and active region containing a transition region between active and isolation region, sometimes denoted a bird's beak region.
A tunnel region (24) is arranged between the first active region (210) and the second active region (220).
The active region including a non-volatile dopant region (506, 608) selectively formed and positioned within the active region.
A semiconductor light emitting device includes an active region, an n-type region, and a p-type region comprising a portion that extends into the active region.
The active region may be a Group III nitride based active region.
The first active region (210) and the second active region (220) are located at a distance from each other in a vertical direction.
The proton conductive electrolyte membrane comprises an active region having cation exchange groups and an inactive region around the active region.
Light emitting devices include an active region comprising a plurality of layers and a pit opening region on which the active region is disposed.
The faceplate includes an active region.
The active region has a sufficiently small transverse dimension such that radiation produced in the active region is not confined to the active region.