Dennis G. Deppe and Diana L. Huffaker
Smaller sized, low power silicon semiconductor devices can be used to create more powerful computer chips, but also result in greater difficulty in signal transmission. Recent developments in fabricating III–V microcavity lasers and III–V quantum dots offer possible solutions.
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Publish Date: 01 January 1998
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