High brightness index-guided parabolic bow-tie laser arrays


Causa, F. and Masanotti, D., 2004. High brightness index-guided parabolic bow-tie laser arrays. IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 16 (9), pp. 2000-2002.

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    This letter describes a novel 980-nm parabolic bow-tie laser array (PBTLA) that is suitable for high-power and high-brightness operation. Output powers in excess of 2.5 W/facet pulsed in a 1/spl deg/ (lateral) beam, less than twice the diffraction limit, corresponding to 275 MW/spl middot/cm/sup -2//spl middot/sr/sup -1/ brightness, have been measured without the use of external lenses from uncoated PBTLAs fabricated in-house (top metal contact surface area/spl sim/0.1 mm/sup 2/). Experimental results presented in this letter indicate that coherence effects are significant in the operation of such devices. Theoretical models based on the simple diffraction theory and on the coupled-mode theory have been used to interpret the experimental results.


    Item Type Articles
    CreatorsCausa, F.and Masanotti, D.
    Uncontrolled Keywordscoherence effects,coupled mode analysis,lateral beam,diffraction theory,index guiding,light diffraction,brightness,parabolic bow-tie laser arrays,coupled mode theory,optical waveguide theory,ingaas-gaas,quantum well material,quantum well lasers,tapered geometry lasers,laser arrays,high brightness operation
    DepartmentsFaculty of Engineering & Design > Electronic & Electrical Engineering
    ID Code388
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