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Phys Rev Lett. 2011 Jun 17;106(24):247402. Epub 2011 Jun 16.

Dephasing of triplet-sideband optical emission of a resonantly driven InAs/GaAs quantum dot inside a microcavity.

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Institut für Halbleiteroptik und Funktionelle Grenzflächen Research Center SCoPE, Universität Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany. s.ulrich@ihfg.uni-stuttgart.de

Abstract

Detailed properties of resonance fluorescence from a single quantum dot in a micropillar cavity are investigated, with particular focus on emission coherence in the dependence on optical driving field power and detuning. A power-dependent series over a wide range reveals characteristic Mollow triplet spectra with large Rabi splittings of |Ω|≤15  GHz. In particular, the effect of dephasing in terms of systematic spectral broadening ∝Ω(2) of the Mollow sidebands is observed as a strong fingerprint of excitation-induced dephasing. Our results are in excellent agreement with predictions of a recently presented model on phonon-dressed quantum dot Mollow triplet emission in the cavity-QED regime.

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