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15 March 2016 Characterizations of InAs quantum dot lasers butt-joint coupled with silicon photonics waveguides
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Proceedings Volume 9753, Optical Interconnects XVI; 975316 (2016)
Event: SPIE OPTO, 2016, San Francisco, California, United States
InAs quantum dot (QD) laser heterostructures are grown by molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) system on GaAs substrates and fabricated. The InAs QD lasers exhibit comparable properties of the state-of-the-art QD lasers with the threshold current density Jth and efficiency ηi of 475A/cm2 and 72.6%, respectively, at room temperature. The quantum dot laser emission is butt-joint coupled into silicon photonics waveguides by aligning the laser and silicon photonics chips with two translation stages. Due to the optical feedback to the laser cavity at the air/Si interface, the laser power self-pulsation and reduced threshold current density are observed. And the effective facet reflectivity, Reff, of 62.7% is obtained from the theoretically analysis of the laser characteristics. Furthermore, the silicon photonics waveguides interface is coated with the SiO2/TiO2 antireflection (AR) coating layers, and no laser performance interference is observed owing the reduced optical feedback.
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Zihao Wang, Ruizhe Yao, Stefan Preble, Chi-Sen Lee, and Wei Guo "Characterizations of InAs quantum dot lasers butt-joint coupled with silicon photonics waveguides", Proc. SPIE 9753, Optical Interconnects XVI, 975316 (15 March 2016);

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