Time Resolved Measurements Of Cross-Well Transport In A Multiple Quantum-Well P-I-N Modulator At High Photogenerated Carrier Densities
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Appl. Phys. Lett.
Optic Effect Devices; Saturation; Physics, Applied
Carrier sweep-out rates from GaAs/AlGaAs multiple quantum wells have been measured as a function of excitation level on picosecond time scales at different values of applied electric field. A minimum rate of approximately 20 ps was observed under resonant tunneling conditions at low generated carrier densities. At higher excitation levels, the effects of space charge build-up were found to significantly alter the transient nonlinear optical response due to changes in the time constant associated with vertical carrier transport.
Applied Physics Letters
Miller, A.; Park, C. B.; and Likamwa, P., "Time Resolved Measurements Of Cross-Well Transport In A Multiple Quantum-Well P-I-N Modulator At High Photogenerated Carrier Densities" (1992). Faculty Bibliography. 1618.