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Modulation of single quantum dot energy levels by a surface-acoustic-wave
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FIG. 1.

SAW modulated quantum dot. (a) The modulation of the emission energy (blue line) of the quantum dot as a function of time. The green rectangle represents the energy window over which photons are collected. (b) Temporal emission profile. (c) Schematic of the device.

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FIG. 2.

(a) Change in the dot line structure in the presence of a SAW: thin blue line, no SAW present; thick red line, SAW present with 15 dBm applied to the transducer. (b) and emission lines as a function of the power applied to transducer. The traces have been offset for clarity.

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FIG. 3.

(a) SAW broadened line (15 dBm). (b) Time resolved PL at the energies marked by the correspondingly colored arrows.

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FIG. 4.

Correlation measurement of the SAW modulated source: black data points, experimental data; thin blue line, predicted ideal correlation function with lifetime (measured); lifetime (estimated as half ); probability of capturing exciton onto the dot within one (free parameter); background of the area under each peak (assumed to be unmodulated by SAW); SAW (measured); and the time the dot energy spends within the filter bandwidth, each ; thick red line, predicted correlation function after convolution with the system response.


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Scitation: Modulation of single quantum dot energy levels by a surface-acoustic-wave