Abstract

An InGaAs quantum well driven by a strong THz field has exhibited a splitting of the exciton line, due to strong coupling of hole states. This effect is closely-related to the Autler- Townes effect and electromagnetically-induced-transparency.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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