Abstract

We characterized the reflectivity and the modal discrimination of intracavity reflectors (ICRs) with different numbers of slots and presented harmonic mode-locking operation of a monolithic semiconductor laser comprising a compound cavity formed by a single deeply etched slot ICR fabricated from 1.55μm AlGaInAs strained quantum well material. Gaussian pulses were generated at a 161.8GHz repetition rate with a pulse duration of 1.67ps and a time–bandwidth product of 0.81.

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