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Resonant in-Well pumping of GaSb-based VECSELs emitting the 2.Xum wavelength regime

Schulz, N. and Rattunde, M. and Manzor, A.C.S. and Kohler, K. and Wagner, J. and Hopkins, J.M. and Burns, D. (2007) Resonant in-Well pumping of GaSb-based VECSELs emitting the 2.Xum wavelength regime. In: Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics, 2007. CLEO 2007. IEEE, pp. 1-2. ISBN 9781557528346

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Abstract

We report on the epi-layer design and lasing characteristics of GaSb-based VECSELs emitting at 2.35mum optimized for resonant optical in-well pumping around 1.95mum. Compared to conventional barrier-pumped devices, the power conversion efficiency is significantly increased.