Integrated autocorrelator based on superconducting nanowires
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We demonstrate an integrated autocorrelator based on two superconducting single-photon detectors patterned on top of a GaAs ridge waveguide. This device enables the on-chip measurement of the second-order intensity correlation function g((2))(tau). A polarization-independent device quantum efficiency in the 1% range is reported, with a timing jitter of 88 ps at 1300 nm. g((2))(tau) measurements of continuous-wave and pulsed laser excitations are demonstrated with no measurable crosstalk within our measurement accuracy. © 2013 OSA.
Sahin , D , Gaggero , A , Hoang , T B , Frucci , G , Mattioli , F , Leoni , R , Beetz , J , Lermer , M , Kamp , M , Höfling , S & Fiore , A 2013 , ' Integrated autocorrelator based on superconducting nanowires ' Optics Express , vol. 21 , no. 9 , pp. 11162-11170 . DOI: 10.1364/OE.21.011162
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DescriptionThis work was financially supported by the European Commission through FP7 QUANTIP (Contract No. 244026)
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