Coherent encoding of THz signals onto optical signals by THz electro-absorption effect in quantum dots, enabling Tbit/s data rates in Radio-over-Fiber systems

  • Turchinovich, Dmitry (Project Manager)
  • Yvind, Kresten (Project Participant)
  • Hoffmann, Matthias C. (Project Participant)
  • Planken, Paul (Project Participant)
  • Livshits, Daniil (Project Participant)

Project Details

Description

Direct and polarization-independent modulation of electro-absorption in quantum dots (QDs) resonant with the optical carrier, by an incident stream of THz pulses. QD is a smallest possible semiconductor element, consisting of only a few thousands of atoms. The RC-constant of a QD is negligible, thus providing for virtually unlimited switching speeds, if the QD is addressed directly by high-frequency modulation signal.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date30/06/201031/12/2012

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