Power penalty due to timing jitter for lasers modulated without prebias

Dutta, N.K.
November 1995
Applied Physics Letters;11/27/1995, Vol. 67 Issue 22, p3230
Academic Journal
Examines modulation of lasers without prebias and power penalty due to timing jitter. Investigation of low threshold lasers for optical interconnection systems potential; Importance of optical interconnection in technology; Delay in current pulse and emitted pulse during laser modulation.


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