Abstract

Room-temperature continuous wave lasing in quantum dots covered with GalnNAs on GaAs substrate was attained at 1.31 µm with threshold current density of 0.4 kA/cm2 by metal-organic chemical vapor deposition. The range of continuous wave lasing was extended to 1.33 µm with using a thin p-clad layer.

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