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10-Gb/s, 80-km SMF Transmission From 0 to 80 ^{\circ} C by Using L-Band InGaAlAs-MQW Electroabsorption Modulated Laser With Twin Waveguide Structure

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6 Author(s)
Kobayashi, W. ; NTT Photonics Labs., NTT Corp., Atsugi, Japan ; Tsuzuki, K. ; Shibata, Y. ; Yamanaka, T.
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A 10-Gbit/s, 1.58-mu m, InGaAlAs electroabsorption modulator (EAM) integrated distributed-feedback (DFB) laser (EML) with a twin waveguide (TWG) structure is operated experimentally over a wide temperature range of 0 to 80degC. We introduce an InGaAlAs multi-quantum well (MQW) system for both LD and EAM MQWs, because this material has temperature-tolerant characteristics. These layers are grown using single step epitaxial growth, and the device was fabricated with a very simple process. Moreover, successful transmission through an 80-km single-mode fiber (SMF) was achieved with the device running at up to 80degC. These results confirm the suitability of this type of laser for use as a cost-effective and low-power consumption light source in 10-Gbit/s optical network systems.

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Lightwave Technology, Journal of  (Volume:27 ,  Issue: 22 )

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Nov.15, 2009

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