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Anomaly of the current self-oscillation frequency in the sequential tunneling of a doped GaAs/AlAs superlattice

Authors Wang, XR
Wang, JN
Sun, BQ
Jiang, DS
Issue Date 2000
Source PHYSICAL REVIEW B , v. 61, (11), 2000, MAR 15, p. 7261-7264
Summary An anomalous behavior of the current self-oscillation frequency is observed in the dynamic de voltage bands, emerging from each sawtoothlike branch of the current-voltage characteristic of a doped GaAs/A1As superlattice in the transition process from static to dynamic electric field domain formations. Varying the applied de voltage at a fixed temperature, we find that the frequency increases while the averaged current decreases. Inside each voltage band, the frequency has a strong voltage dependence in the temperature range where the averaged current changes with the applied de voltage. This dependence can be understood in terms of motion of the system along a limit cycle.
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ISSN 1098-0121
Rights Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics © copyright 2000 American Physical Society. The Journal's web site is located at http://prb.aps.org
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