Effect of temperature on self-pulsation in narrow stripe, gain-guided, compact disk laser diodes
Item Type:Conference Paper
Citation:Lynch, S.; McEvoy, P.; Landais, P.; O'Gorman, J.; McDonald, D.; Hegarty, J.;, Effect of temperature on self-pulsation in narrow stripe, gain-guided, compact disk laser diodes, Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics, 1998 (CLEO 98), 3-8 May, IEEE, 1998, 239 - 240
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There is an ongoing strong interest in the development of red self-pulsating lasers for data storage compact disk (CD) applications.? Of particular importance in this mass-market application is that the laser diode emission exhibits strong self-pulsation over an extended temperature range (0-SO?C), since control of the device temperature is mitigated by the low costs required for this application.
Author: HEGARTY, JOHN
Type of material:Conference Paper
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