Slow and superluminal light in semiconductor optical amplifiers

@inproceedings{Uskov2000SlowAS,
  title={Slow and superluminal light in semiconductor optical amplifiers},
  author={Alexander V Magn{\'u}sd{\'o}ttir Uskov and Connie I. Chang-Hasnain},
  year={2000}
}
Introduction: Optical buffer via optically controlled slow light propagation is highly desirable for numerous applications, including all-optical true time delay, signal processing and storage. The device is based on optically controlled dispersion, which leads to the possibility to control the group velocity. An all-optical buffer based on electromagnetically-induced transparency in quantum dots has been theoretically considered [1]. Recently, slow light via coherent population oscillation in… CONTINUE READING
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