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Electron spins in an InGaAs semiconductor quantum well are used as a magnetometer of magnetic stray-fields from patterned Fe stripes. Using time-resolved Faraday rotation, the coherent precession of quantum-well spins in the inhomogeneous field below the Fe stripes is measured for varying magnetic fields. Comparing with reference stripes made of Au, we find an enhancement of the spin precession frequency proportional to the Fe magnetization, in line with a decrease of the spin decay time, which is attributed to the inhomogeneous magnetic stray-field in the quantum well layer.
Time-resolved Faraday rotation is used to measure the coherent electron spin precession in a GaAs/InGaAs quantum well below an interdigitated magnetized Fe grating. We show that the electron spin precession frequency can be modified by applying a gate voltage of opposite polarity to neighboring bars. A tunability of the precession frequency of 0.5 GHz/V has been observed. Modulating the gate potential with a gigahertz frequency allows the electron spin precession to be controlled on a nanosecond timescale.
Comment: Recent Advances in Astronomy and Astrophysics: 7th International Conference of the Hellenic Astronomical Society. AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 848, pp. 194-198 (2006)
We demonstrate a passively Q-switched fiber MOPA generating pulses of 0.1mJ at 1.53µm and >1kHz repetition rate. We used a single pump source, large mode area fiber and multiple reflections on a SESAM
We demonstrate a passively Q-switched fiber laser system generating pulses with as much as 0.1 mJ pulse energy at 1.53µm and > 1kHz repetition rate. This was achieved with a simple MOPA (master oscillator, power amplifier) scheme with a single pump source, realized with large mode area fiber and multiple reflections on a semiconductor saturable absorber mirror (SESAM).
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