# IEE Proceedings - Optoelectronics

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• ### Terahertz pulse generation and detection with LT-GaAs photoconductive antenna

Publication Year: 2004, Page(s):98 - 101
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The characteristics of optically induced teraherz (THz) radiation from a biased low-temperature-grown GaAs (LT-GaAs) photoconductive antenna were investigated using a femtosecond Ti:sapphire laser. The THz pulse radiation from two different LT-GaAs photoconductive antennas were compared and two kinds of THz waveform were observed. Saturation behaviour of the emission of THz radiation is observed b... View full abstract»

• ### Monolithic and multi-gigahertz mode-locked semiconductor lasers: constructions, experiments, models and applications

Publication Year: 2000, Page(s):251 - 278
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Progress in technology, theory and applications of high-frequency mode-locked diode lasers is reviewed. We present a systematic overview of a wealth of experimental and theoretical results and approaches reported recently in the field of physics, technology and applications of monolithic mode-locked laser diodes View full abstract»

• ### OFDM over indoor wireless optical channel

Publication Year: 2005, Page(s):199 - 204
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In this paper, the application of orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) over an indoor wireless optical channel is investigated. Previous studies have demonstrated that it can be characterised as almost stationary but with a severe penalty induced by multipath propagation. It is also highly dependent on the spatial distribution of emitters and receivers. OFDM systems have been chosen o... View full abstract»

• ### Propagation modelling for indoor optical wireless communications using fast multi-receiver channel estimation

Publication Year: 2003, Page(s):473 - 481
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An iterative site-based method is described for estimating the impulse response of optical wireless channels. The method allows for the simultaneous evaluation of channels for many receiver or transmitter locations, thus providing significantly improved calculation times. A simple geometrical model of indoor environments is presented which includes interior features such as partitions, people, and... View full abstract»

• ### Performance of multiple pulse position modulation on multipath channels

Publication Year: 1996, Page(s):360 - 364
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The effect of multipath dispersion on multiple pulse position modulation (MPPM) and its variants PPM and overlapping PPM are examined. Upper bounds for the error probability of each modulation scheme in the presence of intersymbol interference are presented, considering both an unequalised receiver and the optimal maximum-likelihood sequence detection receiver. Numerical results show that all the ... View full abstract»

• ### Silicon-on-insulator optical rib waveguides: loss, mode characteristics, bends and y-junctions

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):391 - 393
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Optical rib waveguides with widths from 2.73 to 7.73 microns have been formed in SIMOX-based silicon-on-insulator (SOI) structures consisting of a 4.32 micron thick surface-silicon layer and a 0.398 micron buried-oxide layer. The effect of waveguide width, bend radius, y-junction splitting and interface roughness on loss and mode characteristics have been studied at wavelengths of 1.15 and 1.523 m... View full abstract»

• ### Gain measurement of semiconductor laser diodes: requirements for the wavelength resolution and sensitivity to noise

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):13 - 15
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The gain-measurement methods of Hakki-Paoli and Cassidy are investigated theoretically with respect to accuracy of gain evaluation and sensitivity to noise. The Cassidy method proves to be less sensitive to noise than the Hakki-Paoli method if an additional averaging procedure is introduced. The results presented permit easy establishment of the required performance of an appropriate measurement s... View full abstract»

• ### Performance of infrared transmission systems under ambient light interference

Publication Year: 1996, Page(s):339 - 346
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Optical transmission systems are mainly impaired by the shot noise induced by ambient light, the transmitted optical power limitations (high path losses), the channel bandwidth limitations owing to multipath dispersion and the interference produced by artificial light sources. Several modulation and encoding schemes have been proposed for this channel and their performance has been studied and pre... View full abstract»

• ### Indoor ambient light noise and its effect on wireless optical links

Publication Year: 1996, Page(s):334 - 338
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Knowledge of ambient optical noise is essential for designers of free space optical links, for designing resilient circuits. An experimental characterisation of the most commonly encountered ambient optical radiation is presented. The study includes tungsten filament sources, low and high frequency fluorescent lights, IR headphones, TV remote controls and daylight. Practical means to reduce their ... View full abstract»

• ### Full-vectorial mode calculations by finite difference method

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):281 - 286
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Finite difference calculations of full-vectorial modes of optical waveguides are presented. This method has overcome the limitations of the semivectorial approximation and is able to calculate full-vectorial modes of arbitrary order for a given structure with an arbitrary refractive index profile. Numerical results show that the method is accurate. In addition, the leakage phenomenon of the higher... View full abstract»

• ### Effect of side wall roughness in buried channel waveguides

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):242 - 248
Cited by:  Papers (23)  |  Patents (41)
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An atomic force microscope is employed to measure the edge roughness of masks used in the fabrication of rectangular-core buried channel waveguides (BCWs) and to compare this with the corresponding roughness of the etched BCWs. Light attenuation due to scattering loss from the sides of the core can then be estimated using a simple statistical model to process the measured data View full abstract»

• ### Adaptive OFDM system for communications over the indoor wireless optical channel

Publication Year: 2006, Page(s):139 - 144
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• ### Effects of electron effective mass on the multiquantum barrier structure in AlGaInP laser diodes

Publication Year: 2001, Page(s):117 - 120
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The effects of electron effective mass on the multiquantum barrier (MQB) structure in AlGaInP LD has been systematically studied. Using a new effective mass model, we found that we can achieve an enhanced barrier height of 1.68 U0 or 253 meV. However, such an increase in barrier height is much smaller than the previous reported value obtained using a different electron effective mass mo... View full abstract»

• ### Low-loss, single-mode GaAs/AlGaAs waveguides with large core thickness

Publication Year: 2006, Page(s):51 - 56
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Low-loss, single-mode waveguides with a large core thickness have been designed and fabricated in gallium arsenide/aluminium gallium arsenide waveguides. Detailed beam propagation method simulations were carried out to investigate the modal properties of the waveguides and were compared with measured results. For lengths of 2 cm, insertion losses of ≤3.5 dB were achieved when coupled to conical... View full abstract»

• ### Intensity noise and linewidth characteristics of laser diodes with phase conjugate optical feedback

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):103 - 108
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The intensity noise and linewidth characteristics of semiconductor lasers with phase conjugate optical feedback are investigated numerically. The results are compared to those from conventional mirror optical feedback. The dynamics of semiconductor lasers with phase conjugate optical feedback are also considered. The relevance to phase conjugate optical feedback of the feedback regimes used to des... View full abstract»

• ### High-power photonic millimetre wave generation at 100 GHz using matching-circuit-integrated uni-travelling-carrier photodiodes

Publication Year: 2003, Page(s):138 - 142
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The design and characterisation of a millimetre wave uni-travelling-carrier photodiode with a monolithically integrated matching (impedance transform) circuit utilising a coplanar-waveguide short stub are presented. The device with the matching circuit shows about 50% higher efficiency at 100 GHz than the one without it. The frequency response was characterised through time-domain measurement by m... View full abstract»

• ### Dicode pulse-position modulation: a novel coding scheme for optical-fibre communications

Publication Year: 2003, Page(s):125 - 131
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Pulse position modulation (PPM) schemes have been proposed as a method of utilising the bandwidth available in optical fibres, with a 5-11 dB improvement in sensitivity being achieved compared to an equivalent pulse code modulation (PCM) system. However, this improvement comes at a cost. If digital PPM is used, the final data rate can be almost 23 times that of the original PCM, and this makes imp... View full abstract»

• ### Smallest possible electromagnetic mode volume in a dielectric cavity

Publication Year: 1998, Page(s):391 - 397
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In photonic crystals, electromagnetic waves can be confined in all three dimensions leading to very small mode volumes. Computational search has been for smallest electromagnetic mode which occurs in two-dimensional dielectric photonic crystals slabs. The smallest mode volume found was V≈2(λ/2n)3, where n is the refractive index. This small mode volume can lead to significant ... View full abstract»

• ### Multiplication and excess noise of avalanche photodiodes with ingaas absorption layer

Publication Year: 2006, Page(s):191 - 194
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• ### Demonstration of Vernier effect tuning in tunable twin-guide laser diodes

Publication Year: 2005, Page(s):66 - 71
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Device and tuning characteristics of superstructure grating tunable twin-guide (SSG-TTG) laser diodes are presented. The devices are based on the distributed feedback (DFB) TTG laser, but comprise sampled or superstructure gratings in order to utilise Vernier effect tuning to extend the tuning range to potentially several tens of nanometres. In contrast to most other existing monolithic widely tun... View full abstract»

• ### Extrinsic Fabry-Perot interferometer vibration and acoustic sensor systems for airport ground traffic monitoring

Publication Year: 1997, Page(s):134 - 144
Cited by:  Papers (7)  |  Patents (33)
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The authors describe new fibre optic vibrational and acoustic sensor systems developed for airport ground traffic monitoring. The theoretical background of the extrinsic Fabry-Perot interferometer (EFPI) sensors is derived, and results of laboratory experiments as well as initial field tests in an experimental surface guidance and control system (ESMGCS) at the Braunschweig airport are reported View full abstract»

• ### Reducing the effects of intersymbol interference in diffuse DPIM optical wireless communications

Publication Year: 2003, Page(s):445 - 452
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The paper investigates the performance of digital pulse interval modulation (DPIM) in the presence of multipath propagation and additive white Gaussian noise. To combat intersymbol interference (ISI), guard slots and a nonlinear equaliser have been introduced. The average optical power requirements (AOPR) due to ISI for cases with/without guard slots and with equaliser are analysed using a ceiling... View full abstract»

• ### Single Mueller matrix description of the propagation of degree of polarisation in a uniformly anisotropic single-mode optical fibre

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):367 - 372
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Changes in the degree of polarisation are described by a single Mueller matrix. Both the monochromatic and quasimonochromatic cases are discussed. The authors show how the propagating degree of polarisation depends on the temporal coherence, the coupling coefficient, the differential propagation constant and the differential loss, of which the last two are taken as frequency dependent. A form fact... View full abstract»

• ### Novel double-ring optical-guided-wave Vernier resonator

Publication Year: 1997, Page(s):203 - 208
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A theoretical study of a novel optical-guided-wave Vernier resonator is presented. The resonator is a compound configuration of two triple-coupler ring-based resonators (CTCRR) with different radii. Transmittance characteristics of the CTCRR are derived by using a combination of transfer-matrix and chain-matrix formulations. The dependence of the transmittance characteristics of the CTCRR on the a... View full abstract»

• ### Threshold and above-threshold analysis of corrugation-pitch-modulated DFB lasers with inhomogeneous coupling coefficient

Publication Year: 1997, Page(s):365 - 376
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DFB lasers with longitudinal variations in their grating pitch and, consequently, their Bragg wavenumber (corrugation-pitch-modulated or CPM-DFB) can achieve single-mode oscillation with good threshold gain margins and flatter longitudinal photon-density distributions than conventional quarter-wave-shift (QWS) DFB lasers. Moreover, substantial improvements of these two characteristics are provided... View full abstract»

• ### Comparison of IR LED gas sensors with thermal source products

Publication Year: 1997, Page(s):266 - 270
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Physical principles for infrared gas sensing using LEDs as sources are examined. A number of LEDs from different sources are compared for power output, polar diagram and temperature dependence of output. Some of these have been incorporated in a practical gas sensor based on the Edinburgh Sensors' Gascard. Thus a direct comparison of signal levels between thermal sources and LEDs has been made usi... View full abstract»

• ### Experimental technique to determine the band structure of two-dimensional photonic lattices

Publication Year: 1998, Page(s):398 - 402
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An experimental technique to probe the energy against wavevector dispersion curves of two-dimensional photonic bandgap structures is demonstrated from the study of 360 nm period air hole honeycomb lattices etched in AlGaAs waveguides. The technique relies on the coupling of external radiation incident on the lattices to the zone-folded bands of the photonic structures, This coupling is detected ow... View full abstract»

• ### Comparison between planar InP/InGaAs/InP pin photodiodes with symmetrical and asymmetrical doping profiles

Publication Year: 2000, Page(s):109 - 113
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High-speed p-end-illuminated planar InP-InGaAs-InP heterojunction p-i-n photodiodes have been fabricated with symmetrical and asymmetrical doping profiles. Static and dynamic characteristics of both devices were measured for comparison. The device with symmetrical doping profile exhibits inferior characteristics at low reverse bias (<4 V). Nevertheless, if sufficiently reverse biased (>4 V),... View full abstract»

• ### Analytical calculation of throughput of ALOHA based protocols in optical wireless data networks

Publication Year: 2000, Page(s):322 - 328
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An analytical framework for the calculation of the throughput performance of random-access protocols based on ALOHA is presented under blockage conditions in optical wireless data networks. A simple approximate Markovian channel model, which describes the channel variability, is proposed, Based on that, an analytical technique is developed for the calculation of the throughput of S-ALOHA paired wi... View full abstract»

• ### Dipole and tripole metallodielectric photonic bandgap (MPBG) structures for microwave filter and antenna applications

Publication Year: 2000, Page(s):395 - 400
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A photonic band gap structure made from periodic arrays of conducting dipoles and tripoles on a dielectric is presented. Using the proposed structures, several example devices have been demonstrated for microstrip resonators and filters as well as patch antennas. Measured and predicted frequency responses of a microstrip line using a dual dipole metallodielectric photonic bandgap (MPBG) structure ... View full abstract»

• ### Influence of leakage and gain-cavity alignment on the performance of Al(GaInP) visible vertical-cavity surface emitting lasers

Publication Year: 2001, Page(s):55 - 59
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The temperature dependence of the threshold current Ith in visible vertical-cavity surface emitting lasers (VCSELs) is investigated. To separate the intrinsic, material effects such as carrier leakage into the X-minima from the structurally induced gain-cavity alignment effects of the VCSEL structure, simple equivalent edge emitting lasers (EELs) are considered in conjunction with full ... View full abstract»

• ### Coherent detection of mid-infrared radiation up to 60 THz with an LT-GaAs photoconductive antenna

Publication Year: 2002, Page(s):105 - 109
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The shaker modulation technique is demonstrated for ultrabroadband detection of terahertz (THz) radiation with a low-temperature-grown GaAs photoconductive (PC) antenna gated with 15 fs laser pulses. The differentiation of the time-resolved waveforms with the shaker modulation is advantageous to enhance the high-frequency components of the detected radiation without degrading the signal-to-noise r... View full abstract»

• ### Comparisons between dual-depletion-region and uni-travelling-carrier p-i-n photodetectors

Publication Year: 2002, Page(s):131 - 137
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Space-charge and thermal calculations are used to compare the performance of gigahertz-bandwidth, high-current p-i-n photodiodes utilising InGaAs absorbers and InGaAs/InP drift layers. By varying the percentage of InGaAs and InP in the drift layer, comparisons can be made between traditional p-i-n photodiodes (100% InGaAs drift layer), dual-depletion region photodiodes (part InGaAs, part InP drift... View full abstract»

• ### Resonant-cavity light-emitting diodes (RC-LEDs) and detectors for mid-IR gas-sensing applications

Publication Year: 2003, Page(s):360 - 364
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The potential for harnessing resonant-cavity (RC) effects in photonically structured mid-IR opto-electronic devices is explored experimentally and theoretically. Numerical modelling suggests that the effects of angular and spectral narrowing, combined with enhancements in external coupling efficiency, can lead to overall effective improvements in detectors and LEDs aimed at CH3 and CO View full abstract»

• ### Temperature dependence of the threshold electric field in a

Publication Year: 2003, Page(s):535 - 540
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The operation of the hot electron light emitting and lasing View full abstract»

• ### Effects of gamma radiation on optical fibre sensors

Publication Year: 2004, Page(s):12 - 15
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Consideration of thermo-optic coefficients is essential in the applications of optical fibre sensors and high-speed fibre communication systems. The Fabry-Perot interference method is applied to study these coefficients of four types of commercial fibres. The results are in agreement with the values calculated from the Sellmeier equation for fused silica fibre, with a difference of only about 0.2%... View full abstract»

• ### Physics of defects and hydrogen in dilute nitrides

Publication Year: 2004, Page(s):369 - 377
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First-principles theory is capable of unveiling physical properties of the various defects in dilute nitrides. The authors discuss some of their recent results for native defects, N-N pairs, as well as for hydrogen in GaAsN and GaPN. The studies have shown that defect physics of dilute nitrides is qualitatively different from that of conventional semiconductors owing to the involvement of nitrogen... View full abstract»

• ### Analysis of the all-electrical automatic gain control of travelling-wave semiconductor laser amplifiers

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):65 - 68
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The all-electric automatic gain control of a travelling wave semiconductor laser amplifier through the error signal detected from its junction voltage is analysed. Three different control schemes are compared. The ability to suppress the optical gain variation caused by the polarisation fluctuation is particularly addressed View full abstract»

• ### High-performance 1.3 /spl mu/m InAs/GaAs quantum-dot lasers with low threshold current and negative characteristic temperature

Publication Year: 2006, Page(s):280 - 283
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A high-growth-temperature GaAs spacer layer (HGTSL) is shown to significantly improve the performance of 1.3 mum multilayer InAs/GaAs quantum-dot (QD) lasers. The HGTSL inhibits threading dislocation formation, resulting in enhanced electrical and optical characteristics and hence improved performance of QD lasers. To further reduce the threshold current density and improve the room-temperature ch... View full abstract»

• ### Comparison between power matrix model' and time domain model' in modelling large signal responses of DFB lasers

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):89 - 96
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Two different modelling tools have been proposed recently for the investigation of large signal dynamic responses of distributed feedback lasers: power matrix model a mixed time frequency model and time domain model. The paper presents quantitative comparisons between these two models and shows very good agreement for both large and small signal characteristics, which include longitudinal effects ... View full abstract»

• ### Complex pole expansion approach to multimode DFB laser modelling

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):271 - 274
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A multimode DFB laser model based on the Green's function method is presented. A numerical procedure for finding the self-consistent multimode solutions is outlined. Numerical results are shown to be in good agreement with experiments and qualitatively different types of multimode behaviour are discussed. An example illustrates that the output spectra from the two laser facets may show very differ... View full abstract»

• ### Numerical analysis of transverse mode in gain-guided vertical cavity surface emitting lasers

Publication Year: 1995, Page(s):29 - 35
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The stability of the fundamental transverse mode in a multiquantum-well vertical cavity surface emitting laser (VSCEL) has been studied by simulation. A full self-consistent model is presented for the VCSELs including the refractive index and the gain changes due to temperature rise and carrier variation in the gain medium. The nonuniform finite difference method is employed to solve the two-dimen... View full abstract»

• ### Ultrasmall waveguide bends: the corner mirrors of the future?

Publication Year: 1995, Page(s):61 - 65
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Curved waveguides with strong lateral modal confinement have been fabricated on InGaAsP/InP by etching through the waveguide core. This has resulted in extremely sharp bends (radii as small as 30 μm) with negligible bend loss, enabling fabrication of very low loss 90° turns on a chip area as small as that of a corner mirror View full abstract»

• ### Electric arc temperature estimation of a fibre splicer

Publication Year: 1995, Page(s):313 - 315
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A new method for estimating the electric are fusion temperature of a fibre optic splicer is investigated. It is based on the stress relaxation relation with the temperature and annealing time of optical fibres. In addition, a clearer idea about the internal stress distribution and variations in optical fibre splices is obtained View full abstract»

• ### Properties of Narrow-Gap Cadmium-Based Compounds

Publication Year: 1995
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• ### Three-section sampled-grating DBR lasers: modelling and measurements

Publication Year: 1996, Page(s):24 - 30
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The authors consider tunable semiconductor lasers with a tuning range of 29.4 nm suitable for a range of applications including wavelength-division multiplexing and wavelength routing. The structure considered has three-sections for gain, phase adjustment and grating feedback, respectively, and has a new and novel mode of operation. The grating is sampled periodically to give multiple peaks in the... View full abstract»

• ### Antireflection-coated angled facet design

Publication Year: 1996, Page(s):214 - 220
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New and accurate semianalytical expressions, based on the free-space radiation mode method, are derived for the reflectivity of a polarised guided mode of a slab waveguide incident on a multicoated laser facet at an arbitrary angle. Solutions may be obtained simply and with minimum computational effort. Results presented confirm that the coated angled facet can reduce the guided-mode reflectivity ... View full abstract»

• ### Influence of laser parameters and unpumped regions near the facets on the power level for catastrophic optical damage in short wavelength lasers

Publication Year: 1997, Page(s):109 - 114
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A static model for facet heating and thermal runaway in double heterostructure laser diodes leading to catastrophic optical damage (COD) has been implemented. This model has been used to investigate the influence of unpumped facet regions. It has also been shown how optimisation of the device parameters can result in a higher COD power level. With the results of this analysis, the parameter-set of... View full abstract»

• ### Simultaneous measurement of temperature and strain using fibre Bragg gratings and Brillouin scattering

Publication Year: 1997, Page(s):151 - 155
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The authors report on the simultaneous measurement of temperature and strain in a single optical fibre. The measurements were made using a combination of a fibre Bragg grating element and a Brillouin scattering interrogation system, operating in different optical wavelength regimes, to determine the two parameters. The system has the potential to provide quasi-distributed determination of strain a... View full abstract»

• ### Waveform distortion in a gain-saturated semiconductor optical amplifier for NRZ and Manchester formats

Publication Year: 1997, Page(s):433 - 437
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Waveform distortion due to gain saturation in a semiconductor optical amplifier (SOA) is studied numerically for different signal formats, NRZ and Manchester code. It is shown that the eye-opening penalty is nearly 0 dB for Manchester format sampled in the second half of one bit period while it increases with SOA input power or with signal bit rate for NRZ. It is also shown that extinction degrada... View full abstract»

## Aims & Scope

Published from 1994-2006, IEE Proceedings - Optoelectronics contained significant and original contributions on optoelectronics, including: optical and optoelectronic materials; light sources; optical modulation and multiplexing; optical fibres, cables and connectors; optical amplifiers; photodetectors and optical receivers; photonic integrated circuits; nanophotonics and photonic crystals; optical signal processing; holography; and displays.

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