Modeling of TE cooling of pump lasers

  title={Modeling of TE cooling of pump lasers},
  author={M. Labudovic and Jin Li},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Components and Packaging Technologies},
  • M. Labudovic, Jin Li
  • Published 2004
  • Materials Science
  • IEEE Transactions on Components and Packaging Technologies
The pump laser is a key module in optical amplifiers for long-haul fiber optic telecommunication systems. Its core component is a semiconductor laser diode mounted on a thermoelectric cooler. It is of crucial importance to maintain the laser diode temperature in a narrow range during operation in order to achieve satisfactory performance and reliability of the module. Therefore, a proper thermal management solution is very important to the pump module design. In this paper, a three-dimensional… Expand
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