|Type of Publication:||Article||Keywords:||photonic crystal, 2D slab, laser, mode volume, high Q, pulsed lasing, room temperature,|
|Authors:||Kim, Se-Heon; Huang, Jingqing; Scherer, Axel|
A photonic crystal (PhC) nanocavity formed in an optically very thick slab can support reasonably high-Q modes for lasing. Experimentally, we demonstrate room-temperature pulsed lasing operation from the PhC dipole mode emitting at 1324 nm, which is fabricated in an InGaAsP slab with thickness (T) of 606 nm. Numerical simulation reveals that when T≥800 nm, over 90% of the laser output power couples to the PhC slab modes, suggesting a new route toward an efficient in-plane laser for photonic integrated circuits.
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