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IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 1998
A new type of vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) is proposed and analyzed to show the possibility of optical pumping from an integrated edge- emitting laser. With this scheme, it may be possible to make VCSEL's of very small dimensions and VCSEL arrays. The laser design utilizes dopant induced intermixing of quantum wells (QW's) to provide different gain regions for the ...
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 1998
A two-stage multihop shuffle network is experimentally demonstrated. The system is implemented using two-dimensional multiple-plane wavelength- division-multiplexed (WDM) optical interconnections consisting of an integrated multiple-wavelength WDM transmitting vertical-cavity surface- emitting laser arrays and three wavelength-selective detector arrays. Two-hop data relay of the two-state shuffle network multihop is performed at 622 and 155 Mb/s for a two-wavelength and a three-wavelength fanout, ...
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A new type of vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) is proposed and analyzed to show the possibility of optical pumping from an integrated edge- emitting laser. With this scheme, it may be possible to make VCSEL's of very small dimensions and VCSEL arrays. The laser design utilizes dopant induced intermixing of quantum wells (QW's) to provide different gain regions for the surface and edge-emitting sections. The multimode rate equations are used to evaluate the possibility of such a laser and the roles of the various design parameters are discussed. It is seen that efficient surface photon emission is possible for high vertical-cavity mirror reflectivities and sufficient separation of bandgap energies for the two QW gain regions.
A two-stage multihop shuffle network is experimentally demonstrated. The system is implemented using two-dimensional multiple-plane wavelength- division-multiplexed (WDM) optical interconnections consisting of an integrated multiple-wavelength WDM transmitting vertical-cavity surface- emitting laser arrays and three wavelength-selective detector arrays. Two-hop data relay of the two-state shuffle network multihop is performed at 622 and 155 Mb/s for a two-wavelength and a three-wavelength fanout, respectively.
Multiple-wavelength vertical-cavity surface-emitting InGaAs QW laser (MW- VCSEL) arrays are fabricated using two patterned-substrate growth techniques both in conjunction with a location-resolvable in situ laser reflectometer in a molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) system. A backside pattern on the substrate is used to induce a temperature profile on the growth surface. In the first technique, we used a temperature-dependent growth rate to create MW-VCSEL's, whereas for the second, uniform growth was first performed followed by a temperature-dependent redesorption process to create the thickness gradient required for MW-VCSEL's. We achieved a record wavelength span, accurate and repeatable lasing wavelengths, and reproducible multiple-wavelength VCSEL arrays with high performance. Comparison between the two methods will be discussed.
Microcavity-induced lasing threshold reduction and modulation of the spontaneous emission coherence length with cavity length in an external-cavity resonant-periodic-gain, surface-emitting laser is reported. In contrast to comparing different epitaxial growths, external-cavity operation allows changing the cavity length without affecting material properties as well as arbitrarily long resonator lengths. The transition to the macrocavity domain is observed by extending the cavity length beyond the spontaneous emission coherence length. The maximum change in the spontaneous emission rate induced by the cavity QED effect in the presence of resonant periodic gain is calculated. As expected, for cavities longer than several wavelengths, microcavity Fabry-Perot resonance effects dominate over cavity QED in determining the cavity-normal spontaneous emission power and coherence length. A simple model of the cavity-normal spontaneous emission coherence length and spontaneous emission power emitted from a Gaussian source placed in an ideal Fabry-Perot cavity is consistent with our observations.
We report that the polarization of the emission of an optically pumped vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) is sensitive to the polarization state of the pump light. By measuring this memory effect for circularly polarized pump light, we determine the normalized relaxation rate of the carrier spin, /spl Gamma//sub s/, which is a vital parameter in current theoretical models of VCSEL polarization. We find /spl Gamma//sub s/=300/spl plusmn/150, a value which is significantly larger than previously estimated. We also observe a memory effect for the orientation of linearly polarized pump light. This signals that, apart from the carrier spin, the VCSEL polarization is also determined by the carrier momentum.
We have demonstrated a GaAs (311)B vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) with a threshold current as low as 250 μA, which is the lowest value ever reported for that on non-(100) oriented substrates. Also, the fabricated VCSEL shows a stable polarization state for wide during current ranges and a large polarization-mode suppression ratio over 30 dB between the  and  axis modes at 5 mA. The electrical specific resistance of 1.2×10/sup -4/ /spl Omega//spl middot/cm/sup -2/ at the threshold was reasonably low due to carbon autodoping to AlAs in a p-type distributed Bragg reflector (DBR).
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