Abstract

Experimental results on the squeezing of photon-number fluctuations of series-coupled LED's driven by a constant-voltage source are presented that illustrate the advantage of series-coupled LED's, namely, a greater squeezing capability than that of a single LED driven through an equivalent series resistor. We discuss the microscopic origin of the deep squeezing on the basis of quantum-mechanical Langevin equations.

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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