Srinivasan, Kartik and Stintz, Andreas and Krishna, Sanjay and Painter, Oskar (2005) Photoluminescence measurements of quantum-dot-containing semiconductor microdisk resonators using optical fiber taper waveguides. Physical Review B, 72 (20). Art. No. 205318. ISSN 1098-0121. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:SRIprb05
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Optical fiber taper waveguides are used to improve the efficiency of room temperature photoluminescence measurements of AlGaAs microdisk resonant cavities with embedded self-assembled InAs quantum dots. As a near-field collection optic, the fiber taper improves the collection efficiency from microdisk lasers by a factor of ∼15–100 times in comparison to conventional normal incidence free-space collection techniques. In addition, the fiber taper can serve as an efficient means for pumping these devices, and initial measurements employing fiber pumping and collection are presented. Implications of this work towards chip-based cavity quantum electrodynamics experiments are discussed.
|Additional Information:||© 2005 The American Physical Society Received 11 June 2005; revised 11 August 2005; published 10 November 2005 The authors thank Matt Borselli, Paul Barclay, and Tom Johnson for valuable discussions and assistance in setting up some of the measurement equipment, and Matt Borselli for numerical simulations of the microdisk modes. K.S. thanks the Hertz Foundation for its graduate fellowship support.|
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