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Electromagnetic waves in multilayer corrugated waveguides with space-modulated coupling coefficient: application to the design of single-frequency semiconductor lasers
Author(s): Victor I. Sokolov; Vladislav Ya. Panchenko; Vladimir N. Seminogov
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Paper Abstract

The analysis of light propagation, diffraction and amplification in active multilayer corrugated waveguides with incorporated nonharmonic relief gratings, carried out by Rayleigh-Fourier formalism, is presented. On the base of this theoretical analysis the new possibilities of biharmonic grating for the design of single-frequency DFB lasers are discussed. The lasing characteristics of DFB heterolasers with biharmonic resonator are determined. It is shown that the biharmonic resonator with phase shift pi and space-modulated coupling coefficiency is capable of providing stable single-frequency oscillation at Bragg wavelength. The three-beam maskless holographic method for the fabrication of submicron biharmonic relief structures on the surface of n- AIIIBV semiconductors is developed. The biharmonic structure of period d equals 0.5 micrometer, possessing phase shift pi, is fabricated on n-InP in the process of laser-induced maskless wet photochemical etching under action of three Ar+ laser beams.

Paper Details

Date Published: 12 April 1996
PDF: 12 pages
Proc. SPIE 2682, Laser Diodes and Applications II, (12 April 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.237652
Show Author Affiliations
Victor I. Sokolov, Scientific Research Ctr. for Technological Lasers (Russia)
Vladislav Ya. Panchenko, Scientific Research Ctr. for Technological Lasers (Russia)
Vladimir N. Seminogov, Scientific Research Ctr. for Technological Lasers (Russia)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2682:
Laser Diodes and Applications II
Kurt J. Linden; Prasad R. Akkapeddi, Editor(s)

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