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5 March 2021 Bright single-photon electroluminescence of a single SiV center in a diamond diode
Igor A. Khramtsov, Dmitry Y. Fedyanin
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Electrically-driven single-photon sources (SPSs) are required for the scalable quantum technologies. Color centers in diamond emerged as attractive candidates for room-temperature SPSs. SiV centers are especially attractive due to their outstanding emission properties. However, although electroluminescence from SiV centers has been demonstrated, the single-photon electroluminescence (SPEL) from a single center has not been achieved due to the low SPEL rate. Here, we explain why the SPEL rate in recent experiments was low to be resolved and design a diamond p-i-n diode with a SiV center and show how to achieve an SPEL rate of more than 900000 photons/s.
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Igor A. Khramtsov and Dmitry Y. Fedyanin "Bright single-photon electroluminescence of a single SiV center in a diamond diode", Proc. SPIE 11699, Quantum Computing, Communication, and Simulation, 1169915 (5 March 2021); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2578735
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KEYWORDS
Diamond

Diodes

Electroluminescence

Color centers

Diffusion

Numerical simulations

Quantum information

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