Highly temperature-stable modulation characteristics of multioxide-aperture high-speed 980 nm vertical cavity surface emitting lasers
We present multioxide-aperture 980 nm-range vertical cavity surface emitting lasers (VCSELs) with highly temperature stable modulation characteristics operating error-free at 25 Gbit/s at 25 and 85°C. We perform small signal modulation experiments and extract the fundamental physical parameters including relaxation resonance frequency, damping factor, parasitic cut-off frequency, 𝐷-factor, and 𝐾-factor, leading to identification of thermal processes and damping as the main factors that presently limit high speed device operation. We obtain very temperature-insensitive bandwidths around 13–15 GHz. Presented results clearly demonstrate the suitability of our VCSELs for practical and reliable optical data transmission systems.
Published in: Applied Physics Letters, 10.1063/1.3499361, American Institute of Physics (AIP)
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