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Low-temperature-GaAs device used simultaneously as a mode-locking device and as a photoconductive switch

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Abstract

We present a low-temperature-grown GaAs device that combines the features of mode locking and photoconductive switching. The mode-locking mechanism is based on intensity-dependent defocusing. Additionally, the generated carriers produce an electrical signal in the biased switch geometry. This technique allows for simultaneous generation of synchronized optical and electrical pulse trains with a single device.

© 2002 Optical Society of America

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