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Simulation, Design, and Characterization of Electrically-Pumped VECSELs for Future Passive Modelocking

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Abstract

An ultrafast electrically-pumped VECSEL design requires an acceptable trade-off in cw output power. Validating our design guidelines and simulations 120 mW cw output power are generated. Homogenous current injection is even achieved for large devices.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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