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40 Gb/s Pulse Generation Using Gain Switching of a Commercially Available Laser Module

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  • The Laser Module Contains A Single-Mode
  • Distributed Feedback (Dfb) Laser Diode
  • The Epi-Structure Of The Laser Diode Is Grown By Mocvd As A Multiple Quantum Well Heterostructure
  • The Dfb Grating Is Defined By Holography
  • And The Laser Diode Is Designed With A Co-Planar Contact Metallization To Ease Rf Connection
  • The Laser Die Is Connected To A Gold Plated Aln Microwave Substrate That Also Acts As A Heat Spreade
  • The Microwave Substrate Contains An Impedance Matching Resistor For The Rf Signal As Well As A Bias-
  • 50 Ohm Flexguide Technology Is Used For The Interconnection Between The Microwave Substrate And The
  • The Module Is Build As A 14 Pin Butterfly Package With The Rf Feed-Through Designed As A Coplanar 50
  • Included In The Module Are A Built-In Optical Isolator
  • A Thermistor
  • A Thermo-Electric Cooler
  • And A Photodiode For Optical Power Monitoring
  • The Rf Input Port Was Connected To The Driver Circuit Using A Coplanar Microwave Probe
  • A Dc Bias And A Large Signal Modulation At 10 Ghz Was Applied To The Module To Generate Chirped Puls
  • A Linear As Well As A Non-Linear Soliton Compression Was Used With Optical Time Division Multiplexin
  • The Presentation Will Report On Further Details On The Laser Module Including Chirp Characteristics
  • And Show The Eye Diagrams Taken At 10 And 40 Gb/S

Abstract

40 Gb/s Pulse Generation Using Gain Switching of anull Commercially Available Laser Module - DTU Orbit (26/05/14) 40 Gb/s Pulse Generation Using Gain Switching of a Commercially Available Laser Module - DTU Orbit (26/05/14) Nørregaard J, Hanberg J, Franck T, Pedersen NV, Poulsen HN. 40 Gb/s Pulse Generation Using Gain Switching of a Commercially Available Laser Module. In Proceedings, Annual meeting of the Danish Optical Society. Lyngby: DOPS. 1999.

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