Investigation of Coulomb-Blockade Effects on the Squeezing Band Width of Semiconductor Lasers
We have measured for the first time the squeezing bandwidth of a semiconductor laser as a function of pump current and temperature. The squeezing bandwidth may be due to a combination of Coulomb blockade effects, and the reciprocal interaction between the photon field and electron number (relaxation oscillation).
KeywordsSemiconductor Laser Relaxation Oscillation Coulomb Blockade Photon Field Photocurrent Spectrum
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