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Continuous-wave operation of 1.5 ¿m distributed-feedback ridge-waveguide lasers

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4 Author(s)
Westbrook, L.D. ; British Telecom Research Laboratories, Ipswich, UK ; Nelson, A.W. ; Fiddyment, P.J. ; Evans, J.S.

CW operation of 1.5 ¿m ridge-waveguide DFB lasers is reported for the first time. The ridge-waveguide DFB laser structure offers the prospect of high modulation speeds due to the absence of parasitic capacitances associated with reverse-biased current-blocking layers. These devices also represent the first report of CW operation of DFB lasers fabricated using the hybrid LPE/MOCVD crystal-growth technique and also of DFB lasers with gratings produced by electron-beam lithography.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 6 )

Date of Publication:

March 15 1984

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