Abstract

A coherent grating-surface-emitting diode-laser array has demonstrated dynamically stable operation in the 0° phase mode. The array was operated under pulsed conditions, had a peak power output of 44 mW and a large central lobe on axis in the far field, and exhibited single-mode spectral output with better than 18-dB side-mode rejection.

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