Diode-clamped symmetric self-electro-optic effect devices with subpicojoule switching energies

Lentine, A.L.; Chirovsky, L.M.F.
April 1992
Applied Physics Letters;4/13/1992, Vol. 60 Issue 15, p1809
Academic Journal
Demonstrates a diode-clamped symmetric self-electro-optic effect devices (S-SEED) with subpicojoule switching energies. Connection of clamping diodes to the device center nodes; Retention of excitonic peak in the device photocurrent; Calculation of optimum optical switching energies; Bistable characteristics of S-SEED; Comparison with conventional S-SEED.


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