6 February 2009 New developments in 850 and 1300nm VCSELs at JDSU
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Results on new 850nm and 1310nm VCSEL products under development at JDSU will be presented with emphasis on reliability criteria, advances in performance, and interconnect design. An update will also be provided on JDSU's effort to introduce 10Gpbs LW VCSEL based components and modules into the marketplace.
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Luke A. Graham, Luke A. Graham, Melinda Schnoes, Melinda Schnoes, Kevin D. Maranowski, Kevin D. Maranowski, Thomas R. Fanning, Thomas R. Fanning, Max V. Crom, Max V. Crom, Stewart A. Feld, Stewart A. Feld, Matthew H. Gray, Matthew H. Gray, Karen Bowers, Karen Bowers, Steve L. Silva, Steve L. Silva, Kirk Cook, Kirk Cook, Gayle Schomberger, Gayle Schomberger, Ben Gable, Ben Gable, "New developments in 850 and 1300nm VCSELs at JDSU", Proc. SPIE 7229, Vertical-Cavity Surface-Emitting Lasers XIII, 72290B (6 February 2009); doi: 10.1117/12.809649; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.809649


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