Monolithic quantum-well-tunable laser based on optical beam steering and area-selective intermixing
Abbreviated Journal Title
quantum well lasers; semiconductor lasers diodes; tunable lasers; quantum wells intermixing; current-induced guiding; SPECTROSCOPY; Optics
A monolithic tunable laser on a quantum well (QW) structure is demonstrated by integrating an optical beam-steering section with an area-selectively intermixed QW gain section. Wavelength tuning is achieved by guiding an amplified optical beam over an optical gain medium that consists of three laterally adjacent regions containing a quantum well that has been selectively intermixed to varying extents. The laser light output can be tuned over a total of a 17-nm wavelength range by separately injecting electrical current pulses to each of the two parallel contacts in the steering region and to the optical amplifier contact. (C) 2013 Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE)
"Monolithic quantum-well-tunable laser based on optical beam steering and area-selective intermixing" (2013). Faculty Bibliography 2010s. 4920.