144 degree C operation of 1.3 mum InGaAsP vertical cavity lasers on GaAs substrates

Dudley, J.J.; Ishikawa, M.
December 1992
Applied Physics Letters;12/28/1992, Vol. 61 Issue 26, p3095
Academic Journal
Demonstrates the 144 degrees Celsius operation of indium gallium arsenic phosphide vertical cavity surface emitting lasers. Use of the water fusion technique; Fabrication of in-plane lasers using gallium arsenide substrates fused to the indium phosphide double heterostructure; Measurement of the time-resolved spectra in lasers at different temperatures.


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