Featuring sub-10 ps carrier recovery times, self assembled quantum dot (QD) semiconductor optical amplifiers (SOA) are promising devices for all-optical signal processing. In particular, InAs/GaAs QD SOAs exhibit low sensitivity with respect to temperature and show potential for uncooled operation at 1300 nm.

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