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(a) Hole burning locations for polarization-splitting compensation. (b) Atomic force microscpe image of a hole. (c) Compensation of the polarization splitting for the fundamental cavity mode.
Optical microscope image of a micropillar cavity with holes (labeled 1–24) burnt chronologically on the structure in the regions between the trenches.
Resonance frequency change when holes are burnt on the cavity shown in Fig. 2. Insets show two extreme spectra.
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