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Optical bistable responses based on self‐electro‐optic effect in a nonbiased asymmetric coupled quantum well p‐i‐n photodiode
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8.In our recent work, the bistable operation at room temperature could be obtained for a similar photodiode with asymmetric coupled quantum well absorption layers.
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