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Radiophysics and Quantum Electronics

, Volume 40, Issue 5, pp 438–441 | Cite as

Electron entrainment by solitons in superlattices in an exteral magnetic field allowing for collisions

  • M. V. Vyazovskii
  • G. A. Syrodoev
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Abstract

We found the current of electron entrainment by an electromagnetic soliton propagating along the axis of a 1-D semiconductor superlattice located in the external magnetic field (H0). The direction of this field coincides with the direction of the soliton magnetic field (Hs). It is shown that entrainment current oscillations emerge and grow in number with H0 for such a geometry if the condition H0/Hs≥102 is fulfilled.

Keywords

Soliton External Magnetic Field Electron Velocity Constant Magnetic Field Mini Region 
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  • M. V. Vyazovskii
  • G. A. Syrodoev

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