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Bistability and switching with very high contrast ratio in an optically-injected 1550nm-QDash Fabry-Perot laser

Hurtado, A. and Nami, M. and Henning, I. D. and Adams, M. J. and Lester, L. F. (2012) Bistability and switching with very high contrast ratio in an optically-injected 1550nm-QDash Fabry-Perot laser. Conference Digest - IEEE International Semiconductor Laser Conference. pp. 112-113. ISSN 0899-9406

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Abstract

A first experimental observation of different shapes of bistability and nonlinear switching with very high on-off contrast ratio (exceeding 180:1) is reported in an optically-injected 1550nm-QDash Fabry-Perot nanostructure laser.