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Multiple-quantum-well GaInNAs-GaNAs ridge-waveguide laser diodes operating out to 1.4 /spl mu/m

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6 Author(s)
Ha, W. ; Solid State & Photonics Lab., Stanford Univ., CA, USA ; Gambin, V. ; Wistey, M. ; Bank, Seth
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In this letter, results from a ridge waveguide laser diode (LD) structure, with three GaInNAs quantum wells (QWs) and GaNAs barriers, are presented. The sample was grown by solid source molecular beam epitaxy with an RF plasma nitrogen source. These devices differ from previously reported GaInNAs QWs LDs that used GaAs as the barrier material. The introduction of nitrogen into the barriers reduces the spectral blue shift caused by post-growth annealing. Long wavelength emission out to 1.405 /spl mu/m was observed. The devices exhibited threshold current densities as low as 1.5 kA/cm/sup 2/, high differential efficiency of 0.67 W/A, and a maximum output power of 350 mW.

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Photonics Technology Letters, IEEE  (Volume:14 ,  Issue: 5 )

Date of Publication:

May 2002

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