Room-temperature external cavity GaSb-based diode laser around 2.13 μm

Jacobs, U. H.; Scholle, K.; Heumann, E.; Huber, G.; Rattunde, M.; Wagner, J.
December 2004
Applied Physics Letters;12/13/2004, Vol. 85 Issue 24, p5825
Academic Journal
We report on a grating-tuned room-temperature (AlGaIn)(AsSb) diode laser oscillating on a single external cavity mode in the wavelength region around 2.13 μm. A total tuning range of 43 nm with an optical output power of up to 14.7 mW was achieved with a linewidth less than 3.85 MHz.


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