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High average power (200 mW) 40 GHz mode-locked DBR lasers with integrated tapered optical amplifiers

Akbar, J. and Hou, L. and Haji, M. and Dylewicz, R. and Strain, M.J. and Marsh, J.H. and Bryce, A.C. and Kelly, A.E. (2012) High average power (200 mW) 40 GHz mode-locked DBR lasers with integrated tapered optical amplifiers. In: Proceedings of the 2012 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics. IEEE. ISBN 9781467318396

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Abstract

We report 40 GHz passively mode-locked 1.55 μm AlGaInAs/InP lasers with integrated tapered semiconductor optical amplifiers producing nearly transform limited pulses with a pulse width of 4.3 ps and average output power of 200 mW.