Abstract

Recently, optical interconnection has become important because of limitations on the sizes, bit rates, and connecting distances associated with electrically interconnected computer systems. Parallel optical coupling between optoelectronic devices and fibers is key to the optical interconnection technologies.1 In this paper a six-channel 1.3-μm-wavelength strained multiplexquantum-well (MQW) semiconductor laser array has been hybridly integrated on V-grooved silicon waferboard with fiber- array butt couplers. High-temperature stable operation over 120°C has been attained for all channels.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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