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Conventional Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Lasers VCSELs at 1300 nm
Faten Adel Ismael Chaqmaqchee
Department of Physics, Faculty of Sceince and Health, Koya University

Abstract: Vertical-cavity surface emitting lasers (VCSELs) are interesting devices because of their low-cost manufacturing and testing methods, circularly shaped output beam for high coupling efficiency and suited for use in fiber-optic networks and as optical interconnects. Experimental results of output light-current-voltage (LIV), optically pumped VCSELs operating at 1320 nm wavelength are presented. The commercial device is biased just below threshold current of 0.84 mA under pump power of 1 mW. An amplified gain at around 20 dB is obtained. In addition, the influence of temperature on the performance of the device is studied. 

KeywordsCommercial VCSEL, Amplification, Thresholds current, Tunable laser power.

Date: 17/12/2018
Place: Department of Physics/ Hall 2
Caroline Yousif Daniel,
Mar 9, 2019, 7:32 AM