Quantum cascade unipolar intersubband light emitting diodes in the 8-13 microm wavelength region

Sirtori, Carlo; Capasso, Federico
January 1995
Applied Physics Letters;1/2/1995, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p4
Academic Journal
Examines the quantum cascade unipolar intersubband electroluminescent light source in the 8-13 micrometer spectral region. Influence of Stark effect on the diodes; Operation in the temperature range from 10 to 200k with measured integrated optical powers up to 6 nW; Use of molecular beam epitaxy in the growth of the structure.


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