Stopping electrons with radio-frequency pulses in the quantum Hall regime

@article{Gaury2014StoppingEW,
  title={Stopping electrons with radio-frequency pulses in the quantum Hall regime},
  author={B. Gaury and J. Weston and X. Waintal},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2014},
  volume={90},
  pages={161305}
}
Most functionalities of modern electronic circuits rely on the possibility to modify the path fol- lowed by the electrons using, e.g. field effect transistors. Here we discuss the interplay between the modification of this path and the quantum dynamics of the electronic flow. Specifically, we study the propagation of charge pulses through the edge states of a two-dimensional electron gas in the quantum Hall regime. By sending radio-frequency (RF) excitations on a top gate capacitively coupled… Expand
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