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Verification of coupling gap dependence in coupled-cavity lasers

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Work on coupled-cavity lasers, either of the etched-groove1,2 or cleaved3 (C3) variety, has shown that electronically tunable single-wavelength sources can be obtained by adding a simple processing step after a preferred laser structure is grown. Such sources are desired for long-haul high-data-rate transmission systems in the 1.3- 1.6-μm range.

© 1984 Optical Society of America

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