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Scalable high-repetition-rate sub-half-cycle terahertz pulses from spatially indirect interband transitions

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Meineke, Christian ; Prager, Michael ; Hayes, Johannes ; Wen, Qiannan ; Kastner, Lukas Zheyi ; Schuh, Dieter ; Fritsch, Kilian ; Pronin, Oleg ; Stein, Markus ; Schäfer, Felix ; Chatterjee, Sangam ; Kira, Mackillo ; Huber, Rupert ; Bougeard, Dominique
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 31 May 2022 05:35


Intense phase-locked terahertz (THz) pulses are the bedrock of THz lightwave electronics, where the carrier field creates a transient bias to control electrons on sub-cycle time scales. Key applications such as THz scanning tunnelling microscopy or electronic devices operating at optical clock rates call for ultimately short, almost unipolar waveforms, at megahertz (MHz) repetition rates. Here, ...


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