Inverse scattering method design of regrowth-free single-mode semiconductor lasers for monolithic integration
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Peters, Frank H.
Optical Society of America
An inverse scattering method is used to design single moded lasers, using etched depth insensitive pits as perturbations in the laser cavity. We compare 10 pit, 15 pit and 20 pit devices, and report strongly single moded lasers (>40dB).
Bragg reflectors , Distributed feedback lasers , Inverse scattering , Refractive index , Semiconductor lasers , Single mode lasers
Shortiss, K., Dernaika, M., Caro, L., Seifikar, M. and Peters, F. H. (2018) 'Inverse scattering method design of regrowth-free single-mode semiconductor lasers for monolithic integration', Proceedings of Advanced Photonics Congress 2018, Zurich, Switzerland, 2-5 July, ITu4B.4 (2pp). doi:10.1364/IPRSN.2018.ITu4B.4
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