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50-Gb/s ring-resonator-based silicon modulator
T Baba, S Akiyama, M Imai, N Hirayama, H Takahashi, Y Noguchi, ...
Optics express 21 (10), 11869-11876, 2013
2332013
Numerical analysis of ballistic-electron transport in magnetic fields by using a quantum point contact and a quantum wire
T Usuki, M Saito, M Takatsu, RA Kiehl, N Yokoyama
Physical Review B 52 (11), 8244, 1995
2211995
Single-photon generation in the 1.55-m optical-fiber band from an InAs/InP quantum dot
T Miyazawa, K Takemoto, Y Sakuma, S Hirose, T Usuki, N Yokoyama, ...
Japanese Journal of Applied Physics 44 (5L), L620, 2005
1772005
First demonstration of high density optical interconnects integrated with lasers, optical modulators, and photodetectors on single silicon substrate
Y Urino, T Shimizu, M Okano, N Hatori, M Ishizaka, T Yamamoto, T Baba, ...
Optics express 19 (26), B159-B165, 2011
1312011
An optical horn structure for single-photon source using quantum dots at telecommunication wavelength
K Takemoto, M Takatsu, S Hirose, N Yokoyama, Y Sakuma, T Usuki, ...
Journal of applied physics 101 (8), 2007
1252007
Semiconductor device for switching a ballistic flow of carriers
T Usuki
US Patent 5,369,288, 1994
1231994
Non-classical photon emission from a single InAs/InP quantum dot in the 1.3-m optical-fiber band
K Takemoto, Y Sakuma, S Hirose, T Usuki, N Yokoyama, T Miyazawa, ...
Japanese journal of applied physics 43 (7B), L993, 2004
992004
12.5-Gb/s operation with 0.29-Vcm VπL using silicon Mach-Zehnder modulator based-on forward-biased pin diode
S Akiyama, T Baba, M Imai, T Akagawa, M Takahashi, N Hirayama, ...
Optics express 20 (3), 2911-2923, 2012
942012
Transmission experiment of quantum keys over 50 km using high-performance quantum-dot single-photon source at 1.5 m wavelength
K Takemoto, Y Nambu, T Miyazawa, K Wakui, S Hirose, T Usuki, ...
Applied Physics Express 3 (9), 092802, 2010
812010
Charge susceptibility of the one-dimensional Hubbard model
T Usuki, N Kawakami, A Okiji
Physics Letters A 135 (8-9), 476-480, 1989
811989
Site-controlled photoluminescence at telecommunication wavelength from InAs∕ InP quantum dots
HZ Song, T Usuki, S Hirose, K Takemoto, Y Nakata, N Yokoyama, ...
Applied Physics Letters 86 (11), 2005
802005
Time-resolved study of carrier transfer among InAs/GaAs multi-coupled quantum dots
A Tackeuchi, Y Nakata, S Muto, Y Sugiyama, T Usuki, Y Nishikawa, ...
Japanese journal of applied physics 34 (11A), L1439, 1995
801995
Microstructure and electrical properties of Sn nanocrystals in thin, thermally grown SiO2 layers formed via low energy ion implantation
A Nakajima, T Futatsugi, H Nakao, T Usuki, N Horiguchi, N Yokoyama
Journal of applied physics 84 (3), 1316-1320, 1998
791998
Compact PIN-diode-based silicon modulator using side-wall-grating waveguide
S Akiyama, M Imai, T Baba, T Akagawa, N Hirayama, Y Noguchi, M Seki, ...
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics 19 (6), 74-84, 2013
762013
Demonstration of 12.5-Gbps optical interconnects integrated with lasers, optical splitters, optical modulators and photodetectors on a single silicon substrate
Y Urino, Y Noguchi, M Noguchi, M Imai, M Yamagishi, S Saitou, ...
Optics express 20 (26), B256-B263, 2012
762012
Thermodynamic properties of the one-dimensional Hubbard model
N Kawakami, T Usuki, A Okiji
Physics Letters A 137 (6), 287-290, 1989
741989
Thermodynamic quantities of the one-dimensional hubbard model at finite temperatures
T Usuki, N Kawakami, A Okiji
Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 59 (4), 1357-1365, 1990
731990
Observation of Exciton Transition in 1.3–1.55 m Band from Single InAs/InP Quantum Dots in Mesa Structure
K Takemoto, Y Sakuma, S Hirose, T Usuki, N Yokoyama
Japanese journal of applied physics 43 (3A), L349, 2004
722004
Tuning of -factor in self-assembled In(Ga)As quantum dots through strain engineering
T Nakaoka, T Saito, J Tatebayashi, S Hirose, T Usuki, N Yokoyama, ...
Physical Review B—Condensed Matter and Materials Physics 71 (20), 205301, 2005
712005
Ultralow-power (1.59 mW/Gbps), 56-Gbps PAM4 operation of Si photonic transmitter integrating segmented PIN Mach–Zehnder modulator and 28-nm CMOS driver
S Tanaka, T Simoyama, T Aoki, T Mori, S Sekiguchi, SH Jeong, T Usuki, ...
Journal of Lightwave Technology 36 (5), 1275-1280, 2018
662018
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