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A proposal to estimate homogeneous and inhomogeneous energy level broadening in double barrier resonant tunneling diodes

Suhara, M ; Ooki, S ; Wernersson, Lars-Erik LU ; Seifert, Werner LU ; Samuelson, Lars LU and Okumura, T (2002) ISCS 2001 p.363-367
Abstract
In this paper we proposed a method for evaluating a homogeneous broadening (DeltaE(h)) and inhomogeneous broadening (DeltaE(i)) of the resonant energy level width independently by using current-voltage characteristics in double barrier resonant tunneling diodes (DBRTDs). The line shape of the resonant energy broadening is assumed as a convolution of Lorentz function and a Gauss function. Measured transmittance in GaAs0.25P0.75/GaAs DBRTDs grown by MOCVD is well fit to the convolution function. The DeltaE(h), DeltaE(i) were estimated as 4.3[meV] and 1.0 [meV], respectively, where the measured energy-voltage conversion factor 17 is 0.3[eV/V].
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Compound Semiconductors 2001 (Institute of Physics Conference Series)
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170
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363 - 367
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IOP Publishing
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ISCS 2001
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Tokyo, Japan
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2001-10-01 - 2001-10-04
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0951-3248
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English
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  abstract     = {In this paper we proposed a method for evaluating a homogeneous broadening (DeltaE(h)) and inhomogeneous broadening (DeltaE(i)) of the resonant energy level width independently by using current-voltage characteristics in double barrier resonant tunneling diodes (DBRTDs). The line shape of the resonant energy broadening is assumed as a convolution of Lorentz function and a Gauss function. Measured transmittance in GaAs0.25P0.75/GaAs DBRTDs grown by MOCVD is well fit to the convolution function. The DeltaE(h), DeltaE(i) were estimated as 4.3[meV] and 1.0 [meV], respectively, where the measured energy-voltage conversion factor 17 is 0.3[eV/V].},
  author       = {Suhara, M and Ooki, S and Wernersson, Lars-Erik and Seifert, Werner and Samuelson, Lars and Okumura, T},
  booktitle    = {Compound Semiconductors 2001 (Institute of Physics Conference Series)},
  issn         = {0951-3248},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {170},
  pages        = {363--367},
  publisher    = {IOP Publishing},
  title        = {A proposal to estimate homogeneous and inhomogeneous energy level broadening in double barrier resonant tunneling diodes},
  year         = {2002},
}