Experimental comparison of strained quantum-wire and quantum-well laser characteristics

Tiwari, Sandip; Woodall, Jerry M.
April 1994
Applied Physics Letters;4/25/1994, Vol. 64 Issue 17, p2211
Academic Journal
Differentiates quantum wires from quantum well lasers. Measurement of the gain compression, differential gain, and damping of quantum wire lasers; Relation between differential gain and gain-suppression coefficient; Effect of the inertial property increase on the operational frequency of the quantum wire laser.


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