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Theoretical characteristics of a tunable two-electrode Fabry-Perot (TEFP) laser diode

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The theoretical tuning characteristics of a two-electrode Fabry-Perot (TEFP) laser diode are derived using a relative simple model. This type of laser can be used as a tunable source. Tuning can be achieved by driving the device along a constant-power contour while the wavelength changes during the travel of the operating point. The characteristics indicate constant-power FM and constant-wavelength AM operating modes for the TEFP device. The laser exhibits ability similar to that of a multielectrode distributed-feedback or distributed-Bragg-reflector laser.<>

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Lightwave Technology, Journal of  (Volume:10 ,  Issue: 12 )