We propose a layout for a tunable mesoscopic cavity that allows to probe the conductance and noise properties of direct transmission channels (``noiseless scattering states''). Our numerical simulations demonstrate how the variation of different gate voltages in the cavity leads to characteristic signatures of such non-universal processes. Using realistic assumptions about scattering in two-dimensional heterostructures, our proposed layout should define a viable protocol for an experimental realization.

Using gate voltages to tune the noise properties of a mesoscopic cavity

MARCONCINI, PAOLO;LOGOTETA, DEMETRIO;MACUCCI, MASSIMO
2009

Abstract

We propose a layout for a tunable mesoscopic cavity that allows to probe the conductance and noise properties of direct transmission channels (``noiseless scattering states''). Our numerical simulations demonstrate how the variation of different gate voltages in the cavity leads to characteristic signatures of such non-universal processes. Using realistic assumptions about scattering in two-dimensional heterostructures, our proposed layout should define a viable protocol for an experimental realization.
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Utilizza questo identificativo per citare o creare un link a questo documento: http://hdl.handle.net/11568/131925
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