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Uniquely and Arbitrarily Shaped Laser Resonators Using 2D InAsP/InP Photonic Crystals

Research Area: Nanophotonics Year: 2013
Type of Publication: Article Keywords: semiconductor lasers, photonic crystals, laser cavity resonators, photonic crystal laser cavity, InAsP-InP, 2D photonic crystals
Authors: Tsung-Ju Lu; Se-Heon Kim; P. A. Postigo; P. Regreny; C. Seassal; Axel Scherer
Journal: Electronics Letters Volume: 49
Number: 25 Pages: 1633-1635
Month: December
Abstract:
Uniquely and arbitrarily shaped photonic crystal laser cavities were designed, fabricated and characterised. Room temperature lasing emitting at about 1550 nm was observed for all devices when photopumped by an 830 nm wavelength pulse laser with a pulse width of 100 ns. Continuous-wave lasing was even observed for select devices.
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