8-channel AWG-based multiwavelength laser fabricated in a multi-project wafer run
Katarzyna Ławniczuk , Ryszard Piramidowicz , Paweł Szczepański , P.J. Williams , M.J. Wale , M.K. Smit , X.J.M. Leijtens
AbstractWe demonstrate one of the first monolithically integrated multiwavelength lasers fabricated in an industrial fab exploring a generic foundry model. The lasers were realized by participating in multi-project wafer run. We present 8-channel sources that use arrayed-waveguide gratings (AWGs) as intra-cavity filters, in two configurations, with and without booster amplifier. The devices operate in the third telecommunication window, around 1.55 \#x03BC;m. The measured optical output power is up to 5dBm with side mode suppression ratio (SMSR) better than 40 dB. Our lasers were fabricated on an indium phosphide (InP) based platform.
|Book||Compound Semiconductor Week (CSW/IPRM), 2011 and 23rd International Conference on Indium Phosphide and Related Materials, 2011|
|Keywords in English||8-channel AWG-based multiwavelength laser, arrayed waveguide gratings, arrayed-waveguide gratings, booster amplifier, generic foundry model, III-V semiconductors, indium compounds, indium phosphide based platform, industrial fab, InP, integrated optics, intracavity filters, laser cavity resonators, laser modes, monolithically integrated multiwavelength lasers, multiproject wafer, optical fabrication, optical filters, optical output power, optical variables measurement, semiconductor optical amplifiers, side mode suppression ratio, telecommunication window, waveguide lasers|
|Citation count*||16 (2020-02-06)|
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