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1.5-1.6 µm GaInAsP/InP dynamic-single-mode (DSM) lasers with distributed Bragg reflector

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4 Author(s)
Koyama, F. ; Tokyo Institute of Technology, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, Japan ; Suematsu, Y. ; Arai, S. ; Tawee, T.

The theoretical bases and the experimental results of the dynamic behavior of1.5-1.6 mum GaInAsP/InP dynamic-single-mode (DSM) lasers with distributed Bragg reflector (DBR) are given. A condition for the single-mode operation of a rapidly modulated DBR laser, called a "dynamic-single-mode laser," and the dynamic spectral width were theoretically presented. Experimentally, buried-heterostructure distributed-Bragg-reflector integrated-twin-guide (BH-DBR-ITG) and buried-heterostructure butt-jointed-built-in distributed-Bragg-reflector (BH-BJB-DBR) lasers emitting at the wavelength of1.5-1.6 mum were directly modulated up to 3 GHz, and the stable single-mode operations were obtained in both types of lasers. The dynamic spectral width at the worst modulation condition was measured to be 0.27 nm, which was aboutfrac{1}{35}times smaller than that of conventional lasers.

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Quantum Electronics, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:19 ,  Issue: 6 )