Optical integrated circuits benefit from quantum-well intermixing

Jones-Bey, Hassaun A.
January 2002
Laser Focus World;Jan2002, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p117
Reports that quantum-well intermixing (QWI) is one possible method under investigation for actually fabricating optical integrated circuits. First product from Intense Photonics using QWI; Comments from Erik Skogun of the University of California-Santa Barbara about the method of fabricating optical integrated circuits; Four methods of initiating intermixing.


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