Modelling of DFB and DBR laser diodes
III-V Semiconductor Photonic ICs
Main Researcher: Geert Morthier
DFB and DBR laser diodes are investigated using both the in-house developed model CLADISS and using an alternative rate equation model.
Topics such as high speed modulation properties, influence of integrated SOAs, etc. are currently being studied.
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PublicationsBack to overview
G. Morthier, B. Moeyersoon,
Intensity Noise and Linewidth of Laser Diodes with Integrated Semiconductor Optical Amplifier, IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 14(12), p.1644-1646 doi:10.1109/lpt.2002.804672 (2002) .
G.I. J. Morthier,
Feedback Sensitivity of Distributed Feedback Laser Diodes in Terms of Longitudinal Field Integrals, IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 38(10), p.1395-1397 doi:10.1109/jqe.2002.802958 (2002) .
P. Vankwikelberge, G. Morthier, R. Baets,
CLADISS-a longitudinal multimode model for the analysis of the static, dynamic, and stochastic behavior of diode lasers with distributed feedback, IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 26, p.1728-1741 doi:10.1109/3.60897 (1990) .
P. Vankwikelberge, G. Morthier, K. David, R. Baets,
CLADISS, a new diode laser simulator, Integrated Photonics Research, 1990 Technical Digest Series, 5, United States, p.145-146 (1990).
K. Naessens, P. Van Daele, R. Baets,
Flexible Fabrication of Microlenses in Polymers with Excimer Laser Ablation, 2nd FTW PHD Symposium, Interactive poster session, paper nr. 53 (proceedings available on CD-Rom), Belgium, (2001) .