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Note: Phase sensitive detection of photoluminescence with Fourier transform spectroscopy

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Ullrich, B. ; Ullrich Photonics LLC, Ohio, 43466, USA ; Brown, G.J.

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Although known for more than twenty years, there is limited information in the literature regarding the experimental parameters of lock-in based phase sensitive emission detection in conjunction with Fourier spectrometers. For this technique – also known as double modulation spectroscopy – we present a guideline for parameter optimization by measuring the photoluminescence of InSb:Te at cryogenic temperatures.

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Review of Scientific Instruments  (Volume:83 ,  Issue: 1 )

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Jan 2012

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