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Mid-infrared quantum cascade lasers transfer-printed on silicon-on-sapphire

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Abstract

We experimentally demonstrate transfer-printing of mid-infrared quantum cascade lasers onto a silicon-on-sapphire platform and laser light coupling to a silicon waveguide via an adiabatically tapered mode converter. Transferred devices operate in pulsed mode at room-temperature.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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