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Quantum Well Intersubband Transition Physics and Devices : Nato Science Series E: - Hui C. Lui

Quantum Well Intersubband Transition Physics and Devices

Nato Science Series E:

By: Hui C. Lui (Editor), Barry F. Levine (Editor), Jay Y. Andersson (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 31st May 1994
ISBN: 9780792328773
Number Of Pages: 578

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Intersubband transitions in quantum wells have attracted tremendous attention in recent years, mainly due to the promise of applications in the mid and far-infrared regions (2--20 mum). Many of the papers presented in Quantum Well Intersubband Transition Physics and Devices are on the basic linear intersubband transition processes, detector physics and detector application, reflecting the current state of understanding and detector applications, where highly uniform, large focal plane arrays have been demonstrated. Other areas are still in their early stages, including infrared modulation, harmonic generation and emission.

Random Scattering Optical Couplers for Quantum Well Infrared Photodetectorsp. 1
Performance of Grating Coupled AlGaAs/GaAs Quantum Well Infrared Detectors and Detector Arraysp. 13
Novel Grating Coupled and Normal Incidence III-V Quantum Well Infrared Photodetectors with Background Limited Performance at 77 Kp. 29
Background Limited 128x128 GaAs/AlGaAs Multiple Quantum Well Infrared Focal Plane Arraysp. 43
Imaging Performance of LWIR Miniband Transport Multiple Quantum Well Infrared Focal Plane Arraysp. 55
Modeled Performance of Multiple Quantum Well Infrared Detectors in IR Sensor Systemsp. 69
GaAs/AlGaAs QWIPs vs. HgCdTe Photodetectors for LWIR Applicationsp. 87
The Physics of Emission-Recombination in Multiquantum Well Structuresp. 97
Physics of Single Quantum Well Infrared Photodetectorsp. 111
A Three-color Voltage Tunable Quantum Well Intersubband Photodetector for Long Wavelength Infraredp. 123
Multi [lambda] Controlled Operation of Quantum Well IR Detectors Using Electric Field Switching and Rearrangementp. 135
Infrared Hot-Electron Transistor Design Optimizationp. 151
16 [mu]m Infrared Hot Electron Transistorp. 167
Long Wavelength [lambda]c=18[mu]m Infrared Hot Electron Transistorp. 177
A Novel Transport Mechanism for Photovoltaic Quantum Well Intersubband Infrared Detectorsp. 187
Intersubband Stark-Ladder Transitions in Miniband-Transport Quantum-Well Infrared Detectorsp. 197
CO2-Laser Heterodyne Detection with GaAs/AlGaAs MQW Structuresp. 207
Intersubband Absorption in n-Type Si and Ge Quantum Wellsp. 221
Intersubband Transitions in p-Type SiGe/Si Quantum Wells for Normal Incidence Infrared Detectionp. 237
Large Energy Intersubband Transitions in High Indium Content InGaAs/AlGaAs Quantum Wellsp. 251
Applications of High Indium Content InGaAs/AlGaAs Quantum Wells in the 2-7 [mu]m Regimep. 261
Spectroscopy of Narrow Minibands in the Continuum of Multi Quantum Wellsp. 275
Intersubband Absorption in Strongly Coupled Superlattices: Miniband Dispersion, Critical Points, and Oscillator Strengthsp. 291
Electronic Quarter-Wave Stacks and Bragg Reflectors: Physics of Localized Continuum States in Quantum Semiconductor Structuresp. 301
Modulation of the Optical Absorption by Electric-Field-Induced Quantum Interference in Coupled Quantum Wellsp. 313
Phase Retardation and Induced Birefringence Related to Intersubband Transitions in Multiple Quantum Well Structuresp. 321
The Interaction of Photoexcited e-h Pairs with a Two Dimensional Electron Gas Studied by Intersubbard Spectroscopyp. 331
Photoinduced Intersubband Transitions in GaAs/AlGaAs Asymmetric Coupled Quantum Wellsp. 345
Far Infrared Spectroscopy of Intersubband Transitions in Multiple Quantum Well Structuresp. 361
Observation of Intersubband Transitions in Asymmetric [delta]-Doped GaAs, InSb, and InAs Structuresp. 371
Effects of Coupling on Intersubband Transitionsp. 379
On Some Peculiarities of Intersubband Absorption in Semiconductor Quantum Wellsp. 389
The Relative Strengths of Interband and Intersubband Optical Transitions: Breakdown of the Atomic Dipole Approximation for Interband Transitionsp. 399
Optical Transitions and Energy Level Ordering for Quantum Confined Impuritiesp. 403
Subband Structures of Superlattices under Strong In-Plane Magnetic Fieldsp. 411
Temperature Dependent Intersubband Dynamics in n-Modulation Doped Quantum Well Structuresp. 421
Ultrafast Dynamics of Electronic Capture and Intersubband Relaxation in GaAs Quantum Wellp. 433
Structure-Dependent Electron-Phonon Interactionsp. 443
Second Harmonic Generation in p-Type Quantum Wellsp. 457
Resonant Harmonic Generation Near 100[mu]m in an Asymmetric Double Quantum Wellp. 467
Second Harmonic Generation in GaAs-AlAs and Si-SiGe Quantum Well Structuresp. 477
Non-Resonant Two-Photon Absorption in Quantum Well Infrared Detectorsp. 493
Optical Saturation of Intersubband Transitionsp. 501
Use of Classically Free Quasibound States for Infrared Emissionp. 511
Evidence for LWIR Emission Using Intersubband Transitions in GaAs/AlGaAs MQW Structuresp. 525
Fast Data Coding Using Modulation of Interband Optical Properties by Intersubband Absorption in Quantum Wellsp. 533
Theory of Terahertz Generation due to Quantum Beats in Quantum Wellsp. 547
Far-Infrared Study of an Antenna-Coupled Quantum Point Contactp. 553
Control of Electron Population by Intersubband Optical Excitation in a Novel Asymmetric Double Quantum Well Structurep. 565
Indexp. 575
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ISBN: 9780792328773
ISBN-10: 0792328779
Series: Nato Science Series E:
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 578
Published: 31st May 1994
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 24.4 x 17.0  x 3.33
Weight (kg): 2.22

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