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Characteristics and instabilities of mode-locked quantumdot diode lasers

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Abstract

Passively mode-locked quantum-dot diode lasers are very difficult to characterize because they are typically unstable, have low peak powers, and high bandwidth. Measure data indicates these lasers are not typically mode-locked.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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