Recent studies of transport through ballistic quantum dot resonators have revealed a complex array of behavior, including the existence of "universal" conductance fluctuations which are presumed to arise from the chaotic behavior of the underlying classical dynamics. In this paper, the results of studies on the classical ballistic transport of carriers, within a quasi-two-dimensional electron gas, through a 1.0 micron square structure in a magnetic field are presented.
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