Abstract

We compare several approaches to the fabrication of nanoscale quantum-dot LEDs for single-photon applications, including shadow-mask and oxide-confined structures. Strong carrier localization in the dots allows us to demonstrate efficient submicrometer-sized LEDs.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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