A system of optical design by Arthur Cox

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6a shows a corresponding low-temperature (T = 10 K) µ-PL spectrum of this emitter system as obtained under selective quasi-resonant excitation of a single QD inside the micropillar via its p-shell. 3568 eV) is observable. The inset graph of Fig. 6a depicts data of time-resolved PL under pulsed p-shell excitation of this QD for the same spectral detuning conditions relative to the fundamental micropillar mode (FM) of ΔE(10 K) = 280 µeV. From a monoexponential fit to the decay dynamics reflected by the intensity trace, we derive a radiative lifetime of T1 = 820 ± 40 ps.

Rabi frequency Ω0 ~ P1/2), were directly observable. , 2007). , 2009), that is, photon-correlation measurements. All these aspects represent characteristic hallmarks of the ‘dressed’ character of emitter preparation in the strong excitation regime, that is, at Rabi frequencies Ω0 2 ≫ (T1T2)− 1, as will also be discussed below. , 2009) have applied the technique of resonant confocal micro-PL (µ-PL) spectroscopy on individual charge-controllable InGaAs QDs in a planar n-i-Schottky diode structure to investigate the ‘dressed state’ emission of a singly charged (trionic) X 1− state under resonant optical excitation.

The emission detuning relative to the bare X0 line is denoted as δ in units of frequency (GHz) and energy (µeV) for convenience. In these plots, which have been vertically stacked for the ease of clarity, one can trace the expected gradual evolution of the two symmetric Mollow triplet side peaks. By variation of the excitation power P0 over more than two orders of magnitude, the Rabi splitting Ω0 changes from less than 1 GHz (bottom trace) to about 15 GHz (top trace). 035 µeV) of our HRPL setup, as for the highest excitation powers applied here the side bands of adjacent interferometer transmission orders start to overlap with the central Mollow triplet line (Rayleigh line), thus masking the observation.

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