Abstract

Numerical results concerning all optically triggered inhibitory neurons based on single-section InAs/InGaAs quantum-dot lasers are demonstrated. The devices are isomorphic to biological fire and integrate inhibitory neurons, offering picosecond spikes and wavelength encoding of neural signals.

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