Abstract

Over the past decade, the possibility of near-infrared light generation and amplification on chip has attracted great interest for future monolithic integrated optical components. In this Letter, we demonstrated a CMOS-compatible method to fabricate amorphous SiO0.73 thin films doped with Bi ions. It exhibited highly improved σem×τ of up to 4.2×1023  cm2s and greatly enhanced near-infrared characteristic emission originated from Bi ions by nearly 60 times via Si nanocrystal size control. We anticipated that this Bi-doped near-infrared light emitter would be a new starting point for future research in the field of optoelectronic integration.

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