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Impact of the Coulomb Interaction on the Franz-Keldysh Effect in a High-Current Photodetector

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The Franz-Keldysh effect causes semiconductor absorption to oscillate as a function of wavelength. We include this effect in calculating the nonlinear response of a high-current photodectector and obtain excellent agreement with experiments.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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