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Overcoming Transit Time Limitations with Collective Excitations

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Abstract

Incorporating bi-layer electron and hole plasma, we produce a novel planar, top illuminated photodetector with time response of < 2.5 ps sensitive to fraction of μW optical power, and capable of operation without applied bias.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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