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 Code5980


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