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11 May 2004 Recent progress in development of mid-IR interband cascade lasers
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Type-II interband cascade lasers are promising in becoming efficient and compact mid-infrared (3-5 microns) light sources for many applications. Significant progress toward such a goal has recently been made in terms of lowering their threshold current densities (e.g. ~9 A/cm2 at 80 K) and raising operation temperature (e.g. 325 K in pulsed and 200 K in cw modes). Also, continuous wave operation of single-mode distributed feedback interband cascade lasers has been demonstrated. We review the recent progress of the Sb-based mid-IR interband cascade lasers and present some latest results.
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Rui Q. Yang, Cory J. Hill, and Chung M Wong "Recent progress in development of mid-IR interband cascade lasers", Proc. SPIE 5365, Novel In-Plane Semiconductor Lasers III, (11 May 2004); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.529714
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