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Measurement of photon echoes by use of femtosecond Fourier-transform spectral interferometry

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Abstract

Using Fourier-transform spectral interferometry, we demonstrate the measurement of both amplitude and phase of photon echoes in GaAs multiple-quantum-well structures. The complete measurement of the electric field thus achieved makes possible the determination of the corresponding Wigner spectrograms.

© 1997 Optical Society of America

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