This study demonstrates that a much higher characteristic-temperature can be achieved with quantum dot lasers of indirect barrier compared to those of direct barrier. The temperature dependence of threshold current is reduced because the injected carriers residing in the barrier at “high” temperatures recombine slowly.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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