Abstract

We demonstrate bistable operation and optical control of a specially designed distributed-Bragg-reflector laser. Optically controlled turn-on and turn-off with 1-pJ pulses at 1.5 μm and 2-pJ pulses at 1.3 μm, respectively, is demonstrated as well as all-optical flip-flop operation.

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