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Dynamics of Spectral Hole Burning in Self Organized Quantum Dot Amplifiers

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Femtosecond differential transmission spectroscopy on quantum dots in the gain regime enables direct observation of the spectral hole dynamics; we can independently determine the gain recovery due to intradot carrier relaxation and capture from the barrier region.

© 2002 Optical Society of America

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