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On-Chip Stimulated Brillouin Lasers Based on Chalcogenide Glass Resonators with 10 Million Q-factor

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Abstract

On-chip chalcogenide glass resonator with Q-factor of 1.08×107 is experimentally demonstrated with a new fabrication approach which avoids direct etch process. Waveguide- coupled stimulated Brillouin laser with 2.5 mW threshold power is implemented by flip-chip coupling.

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