Abstract

We demonstrate a colliding pulse mode-locked laser based on heterogeneous InP-silicon platform, working in the passive mode locking regime with a 20 GHz repetition rate. The laser outputs nearly transform limited pulses with record narrow pulse width of 1.37 ps on the silicon platform.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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