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Tunable twin‐guide lasers with flat frequency modulation response by quantum confined Stark effect

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6 Author(s)
Wolf, T. ; Siemens AG, Research Laboratories, Otto‐Hahn‐Ring 6, D‐8000 Munich 83, Germany ; Drogemuller, K. ; Borchert, B. ; Westermeier, H.
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For the first time results on the frequency modulation response of tunable twin‐guide laser diodes utilizing the quantum confined Stark effect in a multiquantum well modulation layer are presented. The structures were grown by metalorganic vapor phase epitaxy and were processed into ridge‐waveguide lasers emitting at 1555 nm. Preliminary devices exhibit single‐mode output power levels of more than 10 mW and minimum linewidths around 4 MHz. The frequency modulation response is flat up to 2 GHz with a modulation efficiency of 7 GHz/V.

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Applied Physics Letters  (Volume:60 ,  Issue: 20 )

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May 1992

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