High-power coherent surface-emitting antiguided diode laser arrays

Ou, S.S.; Botez, D.
August 1992
Applied Physics Letters;8/10/1992, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p627
Academic Journal
Demonstrates the first high-power coherent surface-emitting lasers. Incorporation of dry-etched micromirrors with state-of-the-art antiguided arrays; Importance of intracavity micromirrors in the optimization of device structure for resonance; Applicability of dry-etched vertical facets for two-dimensional monolithic applications.


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