Abstract

This paper provides current status and prospects of quantum-dot semiconductor optical amplifiers (SOAs) as novel quantum-dot optical devices, and their comparison with bulk and quantum-well technology, covering the proposal of their promising features, subsequent experimental demonstrations, and the design of all-optical quantum-dot switching modules.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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