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All-selective MOVPE-grown 1.3-μm strained multi-quantum-well buried-heterostructure laser diodes

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Strained InGaAsP multi-quantum-well (MQW) double-channel planar-buried-hetero (DC-PBH) laser diodes (LDs) were fabricated by selective metalorganic-vapor-phase epitaxy (MOVPE). In the laser fabrication process, both the strained MQW active layer and current blocking structure were directly formed by selective MOVPE without any semiconductor etching process. The LDs are called all-selective MOVPE-grown BH LDs. The laser fabrication process can achieve both a precisely controlled gain waveguide structure and an excellent current blocking configuration, realizing the optimized DC-PBH structure. These aspects are essential to the high-performance and low-cost LD, which is strongly demanded for optical access network systems or fiber-to-the-home networks. This paper will show the excellent high-temperature characteristics for 1.3-μm Fabry-Perot LDs which have a record threshold current of 18 mA with a low-operation current of 56 mA for 10 mW, and 74 mA for 15 mW at 100°C with extremely high uniformity. Furthermore, reliable long-term operation at high temperature (85°C) and high-output power of 15 mW has been demonstrated for the first time

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IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics  (Volume:35 ,  Issue: 3 )