Single-photon emitting diode in silicon carbide.

  title={Single-photon emitting diode in silicon carbide.},
  author={Alexander Lohrmann and Naohisa Iwamoto and Zoltan Bodrog and Stefania Castelletto and Takeshi Ohshima and T. J. Karle and {\'A}d{\'a}m Gali and Steven Prawer and Jeffrey C. McCallum and B. C. Johnson},
  journal={Nature communications},
Electrically driven single-photon emitting devices have immediate applications in quantum cryptography, quantum computation and single-photon metrology. [...] Key Result The electrically driven emitters display fully polarized output, superior photon statistics (with a count rate of >300 kHz) and stability in both continuous and pulsed modes, all at room temperature. The atomic origin of the single-photon source is proposed. These results provide a foundation for the large scale integration of single-photon…Expand
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