Optical gain anisotropy in serpentine superlattice nanowire-array lasers

Hu, S.Y.; Miller, M.S.
October 1993
Applied Physics Letters;10/11/1993, Vol. 63 Issue 15, p2015
Academic Journal
Examines the optical gain anisotropic measurement in serpentine superlattice (SSL) nanowire-array laser. Comparison between the TM and TE mode gain when placing the optical cavity along the nanowire direction; Growth method profile of the SSL laser; Fabrication of the ridge-waveguide lasers from the SSL laser sample.


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