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Controlled single- and multiple-pulse excitability in VCSELs for novel spiking photonic neurons

Al-Seyab, R. and Henning, I.D. and Adams, M.J. and Hurtado, A. (2014) Controlled single- and multiple-pulse excitability in VCSELs for novel spiking photonic neurons. In: 2014 International Semiconductor Laser Conference (ISLC). IEEE, Piscataway, NJ., pp. 165-166. ISBN 9781479957217

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Abstract

Excitability in VCSELs under parallel- and orthogonally-polarized optical injection is investigated numerically. Controlled single- and multiple-pulse excitability is found for the two polarizations offering prospects for novel VCSEL-based ultrafast spiking photonic neurons.