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Compact narrow linewidth semiconductor laser module
Author(s): M. Poulin; S. Ayotte; C. Latrasse; Y. Painchaud; J. F. Cliche; A. Babin; M. Aubé; M. Picard; F. Costin; M. Têtu; G. Lafrance
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Paper Abstract

Frequency noise reduction of semiconductor lasers using electrical feedback from an optical frequency discriminator is an efficient and simple approach to realize narrow linewidth lasers. These lasers are of great interest for applications such as LIDAR, RF photonics and interferometric sensing. In this paper, we review the technological choices made by TeraXion for the realization of its Narrow Linewidth Laser modules. The method enables to decrease the linewidth of DFB lasers from several hundreds of kHz to a few kHz. We present the work in progress to integrate such system into a miniature package and to incorporate advanced functionalities such as multi-laser phase locking.

Paper Details

Date Published: 6 May 2009
PDF: 7 pages
Proc. SPIE 7325, Laser Technology for Defense and Security V, 73250O (6 May 2009); doi: 10.1117/12.818802
Show Author Affiliations
M. Poulin, TeraXion Inc. (Canada)
S. Ayotte, TeraXion Inc. (Canada)
C. Latrasse, TeraXion Inc. (Canada)
Y. Painchaud, TeraXion Inc. (Canada)
J. F. Cliche, TeraXion Inc. (Canada)
A. Babin, TeraXion Inc. (Canada)
M. Aubé, TeraXion Inc. (Canada)
M. Picard, TeraXion Inc. (Canada)
F. Costin, TeraXion Inc. (Canada)
M. Têtu, TeraXion Inc. (Canada)
G. Lafrance, TeraXion inc. (Canada)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 7325:
Laser Technology for Defense and Security V
Mark Dubinskii; Stephen G. Post, Editor(s)

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