Abstract

We evaluated temperature characteristics of QD-based-LDs by ion-implantation- induced-disordering quantum-dot intermixing technique with Ar and B ions, and demonstrated high temperature stability with a characteristic temperature of 284 K and a wavelength shift of 0.15 nm/°C.

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