Abstract

Carrier-leakage suppression and fast carrier extraction allow quantum cascade lasers to reach internal efficiencies close to fundamental limits (~ 90 %). Then, CW wallplug efficiencies ≥ 40 % and powers ≥ 10 W become possible.

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