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Bloch oscillations excited in a biased GaAs/Al x Ga 1Ϫx As superlattice are investigated in a time-resolved two-color electro-optic detection scheme. The detection of resonantly excited Bloch oscillations is based on the Pockels effect probed at a wavelength in the center of the band gap. The observed birefringence is induced by the macroscopic polarization of the electronic wave packets relative to the localized holes. The off-resonant detection away from optical transitions directly monitorsdoi:10.1103/physrevb.61.r10563 fatcat:k3ca5exyvzenpl5dmbvgwwwaue