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Feasibility analysis of laser action in erbium-doped silicon waveguides

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4 Author(s)
Coffa, S. ; IMETEM, CNR, Catania, Italy ; Libertino, S. ; Coppola, G. ; Cutolo, Antonello

The authors analyze the feasibility of laser action in erbium-doped silicon devices. The recent experimental results on spontaneous light emission at 1.54 /spl mu/m from erbium doped silicon diodes and theoretical calculation on Bragg grating technology are used to evaluate the best scenario performances. The effects of processes-induced errors on the threshold conditions are taken into account. They show that laser action in the Er:Si system is feasible.

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Quantum Electronics, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:36 ,  Issue: 10 )