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High density InAlAs/GaAlAs quantum dots for non-linear optics in microcavities
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10.1063/1.3682466
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Figures

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FIG. 1.

(Color online) Generic scheme of structures.

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TEM pictures of samples A, B, and C (from the top to the bottom), cross-section view (left), and plane view (right).

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(Color online) Luminescence spectra for samples A, B, and C (from top to bottom). Left: Room and low temperature. Right: Log of the normalized total PL intensity versus temperature.

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(Color online) General schematics of the carrier excitation and relaxation channels in our QD model.

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FIG. 5.

(Color online) PL intensity at the QD emission wavelength: experimental data (squares) and simulation with the model developed in this paper (line) as a function of temperature for sample A.

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Decay-time temperature dependence for raw (squares) and hydrogenated (cross) sample B (bottom) and C (top) obtained from time-resolved photoluminescence.

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(Color) 5-layer QD structure embedded in a ridge waveguide formed by the initial stack described in Fig. 1 modified for waveguiding properties. The single mode size calculated with a finite element program (ALCOR) is 3 μm × 0.250 μm.

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(Color) Calculation of the transmission of nonlinear saturating Fabry-Perot resonator. The data used are: R = 0.3, α0 = 14 cm–1, α g  = 10 cm–1, L = 0.23 cm, I s  = 2.8 kW/cm2, n 0 = 4.16, δn s  = 1.75 × 10–3. A confinement factor = 0.12 is applied.

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(Color) Experimental setup: Ti:sapphire laser (Ti-Sa), beam splitter ( BS ), half-wave plate ( HWP ), optical isolator ( OI ), acousto-optic modulator ( AOM ), lenses L1 (f = 10 mm), L2 (f = 10 mm), L3 (f = 35 mm), L4 (f = 50 mm), L5 (f = 35 mm), L6 (f = 35 mm), L7 (f = 35 mm); mirror ( M ), filters (F1, F2), photodiodes ( PD 1, PD 2).

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(Color) Left: plot of the transmission as function of wavelength for different transmitted intensities. Right: transmission as a function of wavelength at constant intracavity intensity around 786.7 nm.

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(Color online) Transmission spectrum.

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(Color online) Left: plot of the transmission as a function of the incident intensity. Right: material absorption vs incident intensity as deduced from Eq. (9); thick line (experimental), thin line (theoretical). The inset displays the same data in the form 1/ = f(P inc ); the linear dependence assesses a saturation law of the absorption.

Tables

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Table I.

Parameters of the QD structures.

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Scitation: High density InAlAs/GaAlAs quantum dots for non-linear optics in microcavities
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jap/111/4/10.1063/1.3682466
10.1063/1.3682466
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