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27 February 2014 Photonic crystal surface-emitting lasers as a pumping light source for second harmonic generation
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Photonic crystal surface emitting lasers (PCSELs) have recently been achieved with both a single spectrum and narrow spot beam pattern under several hundred mW of output power. Even though the high coherence properties of PCSELs are expected to be used for various applications, we have focused on a pumping light source for a wavelength conversion system in this work. We fabricated a 1.06 μm PCSEL with a square lattice 2D photonic crystal in which the lattice period corresponded to the lasing wavelength to obtain green light. The fabricated device had a narrow spot beam pattern of less than 0.5 degrees and a single spectrum at 1068 nm under CW output power of more than 200 mW despite the broad emitting area of 200 × 200 μm2. The wavelength conversion system used single pass second-harmonic generation (SHG) that consisted of only the PCSEL and 50 mm long bulk MgO doped periodically with poled lithium niobate (MgO:PPLN) as a nonlinear medium, i.e., it was a lens-free system. It was important to maintain the high brightness of the pumping light in this system with a single spectrum through the MgO:PPLN. As a result, SHG light was obtained at 534 nm with a narrow spot beam pattern, which followed the beam quality of the PCSEL under CW operation.
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Akiyoshi Watanabe, Kazuyoshi Hirose, Yoshitaka Kurosaka, Takahiro Sugiyama, Yong Liang, and Susumu Noda "Photonic crystal surface-emitting lasers as a pumping light source for second harmonic generation", Proc. SPIE 9002, Novel In-Plane Semiconductor Lasers XIII, 90020Z (27 February 2014);


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