Indistinguishable photons from a diode
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We generate indistinguishable photons from a semiconductor diode containing an InGaAs/GaAs quantum dot. By using an all-electrical technique to populate and control a single-photon emitting state, we filter out dephasing by Stark shifting the emission energy on time scales below the dephasing time of the state. By mixing consecutive photons on a beam splitter, we observe two-photon interference with a visibility of 64%.
Applied Physics Letters
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