Tuesday, July 30, 2013

1307.7413 (F. Hoehne et al.)

Real Time Electrical Detection of Coherent Spin Oscillations    [PDF]

F. Hoehne, C. Huck, M. S. Brandt, H. Huebl
We demonstrate that the bandwidth of pulsed electrically detected magnetic resonance can be increased to at least 80 MHz using a radio frequency-reflectometry detection scheme. Using this technique, we measure coherent spin oscillations in real time during a resonant microwave pulse. We find that the observed signal is in quantitative agreement with simulations based on rate equations modeling the recombination dynamics of the spin system under study. The increased bandwidth opens the way to electrically study faster spin-dependent recombination processes, e.g., in direct semiconductors which so far have almost exclusively been studied by optically detected magnetic resonance.
View original: http://arxiv.org/abs/1307.7413

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