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Terahertz emission from metal-organic chemical vapor deposition grown Fe:InGaAs using 830 nm to excitation
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FIG. 1.

(a) Bolometric THz detection system and (b) the THz-TDS system using a tunable OPO pump to generate THz radiation, detected using electro-optic sensing at 830 nm (probe beam 1) or the OPO signal (probe beam 2).

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THz intensities from emitters fabricated on wafers (a) and (b) , at etch depths A–C (corresponding to Fe:InGaAs thicknesses of , , and , respectively).

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Frequency spectra for excitation wavelengths from 1150 to 1550 nm of (a) and (b) . Inset: Time-domain pulse comparison between (solid) and (dashed) at 1550 nm excitation.

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FIG. 4.

Frequency domain measurements of taken at excitation and detection wavelengths ranging from 1150 to 1550 nm using (a) ZnTe and (b) GaP detection crystals.

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(a) THz power as a function of excitation wavelength for equivalent emitter pairs: and (squares); and (circles); and and (triangles). (b) Corresponding variation in photocurrent with bias voltage (1550 nm, 50 mW excitation) and (c) THz signal with excitation power, for emitters on wafers , , and (1550 nm excitation), and an LT:GaAs emitter under 800 nm excitation.


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Table I.

Layer structure for MOCVD-grown wafers used in this study.


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Scitation: Terahertz emission from metal-organic chemical vapor deposition grown Fe:InGaAs using 830 nm to 1.55 μm excitation