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Optically controllable microlasers and 3D light confinement based on cavity solitons in vertical-cavity devices

Ackemann, T. and Radwell, N. and Jaeger, R. (2009) Optically controllable microlasers and 3D light confinement based on cavity solitons in vertical-cavity devices. In: IEEE/LEOS Winter Topicals Meeting, 2009-01-12 - 2009-01-14.

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Abstract

Bistable microlasers in a broad-area vertical-cavity semiconductor laser with frequency-selective feedback are demonstrated. It is argued that mode-locking of these lasers provides a route to three-dimensional light confinement.