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High-Power Infrared Silicon Light-emitting Diodes Fabricated and Operated using Dressed Photons

Motoichi Ohtsu, Tadashi Kawazoe
(Submitted on 26 April 2018, Uploaded on 26 April 2018)

keywords: dressed photon, silicon, phonon, annealing

Abstract
Mesh-electrode type and flip-chip type silicon light-emitting diodes were fabricated by using dressed photons. Their emission spectral profiles showed several peaks originating from phonons in a dressed-photon–phonon, from which the existence of a photon breeding phenomenon was confirmed. The highest optical output power emitted from these devices was 2 W at a substrate temperature of 77 K. The highest optical power density from the flip-chip type was as high as eight-times that from the mesh-electrode type.

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