Observation of stripe-direction dependence of threshold current density for AlGaInP laser diodes

Fujii, H.; Ueno, Y.
August 1992
Applied Physics Letters;8/17/1992, Vol. 61 Issue 7, p737
Academic Journal
Investigates the anisotropy for threshold current densities for aluminum gallium indium phosphide laser diodes with copper platinide-type natural superlattice (NSL). Dependence of electroluminescence polarization properties on stripe direction; Existence of the NSL in the active layer; Evaluation of laser parameter.


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