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18 September 2018 QCL and ICL frequency combs for miniaturized sensors (Conference Presentation)
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Following the goals of single-chip integrated dual comb spectrometers, we report on recent results on mid-infrared frequency combs. We demonstrate frequency comb operation with a bi-functional quantum cascade material, which allows the integration of lasers and detectors on one chip. With this device, we hold the power and efficiency record of QCL frequency combs. In the second part, we will present first evidence of frequency comb generation using mode-locked interband cascade lasers. With the demonstration of picosecond pulse generation in the mid-infrared, we open a new path towards battery driven sensitive high-resolution spectrometers miniaturized to chip-scale dimensions.
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Benedikt Schwarz, Johannes Hillbrand, Maximilian Beiser, Marco Piccardo, Paul Chevalier, Anne Schade, Hermann Detz, Aaron M. Andrews, Gottfried Strasser, Federico Capasso, and Sven Höfling "QCL and ICL frequency combs for miniaturized sensors (Conference Presentation)", Proc. SPIE 10765, Infrared Remote Sensing and Instrumentation XXVI, 107650R (18 September 2018); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2324753
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