Abstract

We report on the generation of dual-wavelength self-mode-locking pulses from an InP-based quantum dot laser. The demonstrated device operates simultaneously at both 1543.7 and 1571.7nm and has a repetition rate of 92.5GHz. The pulse width is below 960fs, and the average power coupled to a cleaved single-mode fiber is nearly 9mW at a current bias of 60mA.

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