Carrier density dependence of resonantly pumped magnetically tunable InSb laser

Carrier density dependence of resonantly pumped magnetically tunable InSb laser

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Laser emission in InSb resonantly pumped by a TE CO laser was observed, and the magnetic tuning characteristic was investigated for the samples with different carrier densities. The tuning range of about 8 meV (65 cm−1) was obtained for magnetic fields of up to about 20 kG.


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