Suppression of Residual Single-Photon Absorption Relative to Two-Photon Absorption in High Finesse Planar Microcavities
Citation:Wei-Hua Guo; O'Dowd, J.; Flood, E.; Quinlan, T.; Lynch, M.; Bradley, A.L.; Donegan, J.F.; Bondarczuk, K.; Maguire, P.J.; Barry, L.P., Suppression of Residual Single-Photon Absorption Relative to Two-Photon Absorption in High Finesse Planar Microcavities, IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 20, 16, 2008, 1426 - 1428
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Suppression of residual single-photon absorption (SPA) relative to two-photon absorption (TPA) in a high finesse GaAs planar microcavity is explored. The TPA photocurrent becomes larger than the SPA photocurrent as long as the incident continuous-wave optical power exceeds 0.09 mW. An optical power of 5 mW would be required if the relative SPA suppression did not exist.
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Type of material:Journal Article
Series/Report no:IEEE Photonics Technology Letters
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