Advances in GaAs Bistable Optical Devices
The achievements in GaAs bistable optical devices of room-temperature operation, external switch-on and switch-off, and advances in device fabrication are described.
KeywordsInput Pulse Multiple Quantum Well Bulk GaAs Multiple Quantum Well Structure Regenerative Pulsation
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