Three-terminal bias induced dual wavelength semiconductor light emitter

Reed, F.E.; Zhang, D.
August 1994
Applied Physics Letters;8/1/1994, Vol. 65 Issue 5, p570
Academic Journal
Examines the mechanism of a three-terminal bias induced color-tunable emitter (BICE), a light emitting device. Description of the emission spectra obtained from the three-terminal BICE; Characteristics of the three-terminal BICE device; Application of BICE in optical interconnects, wavelength division multiplexing, broadly tunable lasers and display technologies.


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