25 February 2017 Progress in optimization of high-power high-speed VCSEL arrays
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scalable optical power outputs and the capability to separately address sub-array regions while maintaining fast turn-on and turn-off response times. Performance of these devices is critically dependent both on the design of the VCSEL devices and the design of the sub-mount, which provides both the electrical and thermal contacts for the array. Recent results for modelling and optimization of the VCSELs and their corresponding sub-mounts are discussed.
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James P. Rosprim, James P. Rosprim, Li Wang, Li Wang, David Podva, David Podva, Eric J. J. Martin, Eric J. J. Martin, Preethi Dacha, Preethi Dacha, Christopher J. Helms, Christopher J. Helms, Thomas Wilcox, Thomas Wilcox, Nein-Yi Li, Nein-Yi Li, Richard F. Carson, Richard F. Carson, Mial E. Warren, Mial E. Warren, James A. Lott, James A. Lott, } "Progress in optimization of high-power high-speed VCSEL arrays", Proc. SPIE 10122, Vertical-Cavity Surface-Emitting Lasers XXI, 1012205 (25 February 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2253142; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2253142

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