High contrast electro-optic n-i-p-i doping superlattice modulator

Linder, N.; Gabler, T.; Gulden, K.H.; Kiesel, P.; Kneissl, M.; Riel, P.; Dohler, G.H.; Wu, X.; Walker, J.; Smith, J.S.
April 1993
Applied Physics Letters;4/19/1993, Vol. 62 Issue 16, p1916
Academic Journal
Measures transmission changes in a n-i-p-i doping superlattice modulator. Application of the epitaxial shadow mask technique; Measurement of relative transmission changes below the band gap; Enhancement of the pure absorption changes by a carrier and field-induced-Bragg effect.


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