Resonance fluorescence in transport through quantum dots: noise properties.
- Published Article
Physical review letters
- Publication Date
Apr 06, 2007
We study a two-level quantum dot embedded in a phonon bath and irradiated by a time-dependent ac field, and develop a method that allows us to extract simultaneously the full counting statistics of the electronic tunneling and relaxation (by phononic emission) events as well as their correlation. We find that the quantum noise of both the transmitted electrons and the emitted phonons can be controlled by the manipulation of external parameters such as the driving field intensity or the bias voltage.
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