The ultra-sensitive, and spectral tuning capabilities offered by the proposed innovation are particularly useful in many defense and civilian applications requiring ultra-sensitivity operations: (1) Sharp and ultra-sensitive night vision. (2) Missile early launch detection and high-speed trajectory tracking with non-false alarming. (3) Homeland security for trace chemical and biological warfare and hazard detection. (4) High definition IR spectroscopy. (5) Medical diagnoses, leak detection, chemical process control, and atmospheric pollution and drug monitoring. (1) Lidar remote sensing: carbon-based trace gases (CO2, CH4, and CO,) topographical profiling and monitoring of atmospheric variables such as temperature, winds, and trace constituents and mineral identification and vegetation mapping. The high quantum efficiency and high photodetectivity capability offered by the proposed innovation will enable detection of trace elements and high-definition differentiate earth resources such minerals and vegetations. (2) Space telescope for cold star imaging. (3) Real-time high-throughput, high definition acquisition of thermal radiation characteristics of Earth and its environments. The high photodetectivity capability offered by the proposed innovation will allow distinguishing of tiny differences in these radiation characteristics and thus make the analysis of the prediction more accurate.