Abstract

We demonstrate a novel (to the best of our knowledge) 40GHz passively mode-locked AlGaInAs/InP 1.55μm laser with a low divergence angle (12.7°×26.3°), timing jitter of 1.2ps (10kHz100MHz), and a radio frequency linewidth of 25kHz.

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