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Axial mode selectivity in active distributed-reflector for dynamic-single-mode lasers

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4 Author(s)
Eda, N. ; Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan ; Furuya, K. ; Koyama, F. ; Suematsu, Y.

The theory for design of active distributed-reflector lasers is discussed from the point of view of dynamic-single-mode (DSM) characteristics. Optimum conditions and fabrication tolerances of coupling coefficient, cavity length, length and location of phase-shifted region, and the effect of the reflection at the end mirrors are discussed. Asymmetric active distributed-reflector laser with different coupling coefficients and lengths of two corrugation regions is also proposed to improve the efficiency of the front facet output.

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Lightwave Technology, Journal of  (Volume:3 ,  Issue: 2 )