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Long-Term Degradation Behavior of 2.3- Wavelength Highly Strained InAs/InP MQW-DFB Lasers With a p-/n-InP Buried Heterostructure

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Long-Term Degradation Behavior of 2.3- Wavelength Highly Strained InAs/InP MQW-DFB Lasers With a p-/n-InP Buried Heterostructure

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We investigate the long-term degradation of 2.3-$muhbox{m}$ wavelength InAs/InP highly strained multiquantum-well distributed-feedback lasers with a p- and n-type InP buried heterostructure during constant power aging. Stable operation beyond 20 000 h is confirmed at an ambient temperature of 45 $^{circ}hbox{C}$ and with a constant output power of 3 mW, and we successfully fabricate a practical optical source for trace gas monitoring applications. A conventional diffusion process dominates the main degradation mechanism as found with conventional telecommunication lasers. Furthermore, we show that some defects are located in the regrown p-type InP layer above the active layer and that downward diffused defects degrade the guide, upper separate confinement heterostructure (SCH), and active layers.


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