MICROWAVE EMISSION FROM N-TYPE INSB FOR VERY LOW ELECTRIC FIELDS.
Rept. for 1 Jun 65-15 Jan 66,
ROYAL INST OF TECH STOCKHOLM (SWEDEN) MICROWAVE DEPT
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A new type of microwave radiation at 2-4 kMc was observed from n-type InSb bars at 77K, which were subject to low electric field and high magnetic field simultaneously. The threshold electric and magnetic fields for onset of the microwave emission are, respectively, 3 Vcm and 4 kgauss. The emission of microwave radiation is associated with the nature of the contacts between the specimen and the electrodes. The radiation temperature ranges from 1000K noise level to 300,000K. Author
- Solid State Physics
- Radiofrequency Wave Propagation