Molecular beam epitaxy growth of vertical cavity optical devices with in situ corrections

Bacher, K.; Pezeshki, B.
September 1992
Applied Physics Letters;9/21/1992, Vol. 61 Issue 12, p1387
Academic Journal
Demonstrates the molecular beam epitaxy growth of vertical cavity optical devices. Effects of the mismatch in mirror reflectivities on the Fabry-Perot dip; Measurement of the structure for epitaxial growth layers; Use of measurements for the wavelength of the cavity resonance.


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