Coherent photocurrent spectroscopy of single InP-based quantum dots in the telecom band at 1.5 µm
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In this work we study the resonant and coherent properties of single InP-based InAs quantum dots, which show an optical emission in the telecom C-band and L-band. High-resolution resonant photocurrent spectroscopy on p–i–n devices reveals narrow linewidths and fully resolved fine structure splittings. We observe Lorentzian line shapes, which allow for the extraction of dephasing times as a function of the applied bias voltage. Coherent ps laser excitation results in pronounced Rabi rotations with increasing pulse area. For π-pulse excitation, we obtain more than 93 % of the theoretically expected photocurrent amplitude. Our results also demonstrate that such state-of-the-art InP-based quantum dots for the telecom band exhibit promising key parameters comparable to well-established InAs/GaAs counterparts.
- 11.T. Miyazawa, T. Nakaoka, K. Watanabe, N. Kumagai, N. Yokoyama, Y. Arakawa, Jpn. J. Appl. Phys 49, 06GJ09 (2010)Google Scholar