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Temperature dependence of electroabsorption dynamics in an InAs quantum-dot saturable absorber at 1.3 mu m and its impact on mode-locked quantum-dot lasers

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Temperature dependence of electroabsorption dynamics in an InAs quantum-dot saturable absorber at 1.3 mu m and its impact on mode-locked quantum-dot lasers. / Cataluna, M. A. ; Malins, D. B.; Gomez-Iglesias, A.; Sibbett, W.; Miller, A.; Rafailov, E. U. .

In: Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 97, No. 12, 121110, 20.09.2010, p. -.

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Cataluna, MA, Malins, DB, Gomez-Iglesias, A, Sibbett, W, Miller, A & Rafailov, EU 2010, 'Temperature dependence of electroabsorption dynamics in an InAs quantum-dot saturable absorber at 1.3 mu m and its impact on mode-locked quantum-dot lasers' Applied Physics Letters, vol 97, no. 12, 121110, pp. -., 10.1063/1.3489104

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Cataluna, M. A., Malins, D. B., Gomez-Iglesias, A., Sibbett, W., Miller, A., & Rafailov, E. U. (2010). Temperature dependence of electroabsorption dynamics in an InAs quantum-dot saturable absorber at 1.3 mu m and its impact on mode-locked quantum-dot lasers. Applied Physics Letters, 97(12), -. [121110]. 10.1063/1.3489104

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Cataluna MA, Malins DB, Gomez-Iglesias A, Sibbett W, Miller A, Rafailov EU. Temperature dependence of electroabsorption dynamics in an InAs quantum-dot saturable absorber at 1.3 mu m and its impact on mode-locked quantum-dot lasers. Applied Physics Letters. 2010 Sep 20;97(12):-. 121110. Available from: 10.1063/1.3489104

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Cataluna, M. A. ; Malins, D. B.; Gomez-Iglesias, A.; Sibbett, W.; Miller, A.; Rafailov, E. U. / Temperature dependence of electroabsorption dynamics in an InAs quantum-dot saturable absorber at 1.3 mu m and its impact on mode-locked quantum-dot lasers.

In: Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 97, No. 12, 121110, 20.09.2010, p. -.

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AU - Cataluna,M. A.

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AU - Miller,A.

AU - Rafailov,E. U.

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N2 - <p>We report temperature-dependent absorption recovery times in an InAs p-i-n ridge waveguide quantum-dot modulator under low reverse bias, investigated via subpicosecond pump-probe measurements. The measured decrease in absorption recovery time with increasing temperature (293-319 K) is in excellent agreement with a thermionic emission model. A similar trend in pulse duration with increasing temperature is also observed from a two-section mode-locked quantum-dot laser fabricated from a similar epitaxial structure. These measurements confirm the key role of the absorber recovery time in the reduction in the pulses generated by two-section mode-locked quantum-dot lasers, both at room and elevated temperatures. (C) 2010 American Institute of Physics. [doi:10.1063/1.3489104]</p>

AB - <p>We report temperature-dependent absorption recovery times in an InAs p-i-n ridge waveguide quantum-dot modulator under low reverse bias, investigated via subpicosecond pump-probe measurements. The measured decrease in absorption recovery time with increasing temperature (293-319 K) is in excellent agreement with a thermionic emission model. A similar trend in pulse duration with increasing temperature is also observed from a two-section mode-locked quantum-dot laser fabricated from a similar epitaxial structure. These measurements confirm the key role of the absorber recovery time in the reduction in the pulses generated by two-section mode-locked quantum-dot lasers, both at room and elevated temperatures. (C) 2010 American Institute of Physics. [doi:10.1063/1.3489104]</p>

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