Abstract

Interband cascade lasers (ICLs) [1,2] combine the concept of quantum cascade lasers (QCLs) and conventional photodiodes, because they rely on the voltage-efficient in-series connection of multiple active regions as in QCLs as well as the long upper-level recombination lifetimes of photodiodes. The distinctive low power consumption of ICLs makes them especially attractive for mobile applications in the mid-infrared, such as process control, medical applications and spectroscopy [3].

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