Normal incidence high contrast multiple quantum well light modulator based on polarization rotation

Shen, H.; Wraback, M.; Pamulapati, J.; Dutta, M.; Newman, P.G.; Ballato, A.; Lu, Y.
June 1993
Applied Physics Letters;6/7/1993, Vol. 62 Issue 23, p2908
Academic Journal
Presents a normal incidence high contrast multiple quantum well light modulator based on polarization rotation. Utilization of anisotropic excitonic absorption; Rotations achieved by the quantum well structure; Measurement of the contrast ratio.


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