Two-terminal bias induced dual wavelength semiconductor light emitter

Zhang, D.; Reed, F.E.
December 1993
Applied Physics Letters;12/13/1993, Vol. 63 Issue 24, p3367
Academic Journal
Examines the two-terminal bias induced color tunable emitter (BICE) operation. Basis on the bias dependent injection and collection of electrons and holes in quantum wells; Growth of BICE structure by molecular beam epitaxy; Application of BICE concept in wavelength division multiplexing and tunable semiconductor lasers.


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