Towards CW modelocked laser on chip - a large mode area and NLI for stretched pulse mode locking.

@article{Singh2020TowardsCM,
  title={Towards CW modelocked laser on chip - a large mode area and NLI for stretched pulse mode locking.},
  author={Neetesh Singh and Erich P. Ippen and Franz X. K{\"a}rtner},
  journal={Optics express},
  year={2020},
  volume={28 15},
  pages={
          22562-22579
        }
}
Integrated modelocked lasers with high power are of utmost importance for next generation optical systems that can be field-deployable and mass produced. Here we study fully integrated modelocked laser designs that have the potential to generate ultrashort, high power, and high quality pulses. We explore a large mode area laser for high power pulse generation and study the various mode-locking regimes of dispersion managed soliton pulses in net anomalous and net normal dispersion cavities… Expand
2 Citations
Nonlinear silicon photonics on CMOS-compatible tellurium oxide
Silicon photonics is coming of age; however, it is still lacking a monolithic platform for optical sources and nonlinear functionalities prompting heterogeneous integration of different materialsExpand

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 106 REFERENCES
Nonlinear-optical loop mirror.
TLDR
A nonlinear device based on the nonlinear propagation in a waveguide loop formed by connecting the output ports of a conventional coupler is proposed and has the ability to operate on entire pulses when soliton effects are included. Expand
Integrated CMOS-compatible Q-switched mode-locked lasers at 1900nm with an on-chip artificial saturable absorber.
TLDR
This work presents a CMOS-compatible, Q-switched mode-locked integrated laser operating at 1.2 GHz, allowing for easy co-integration of numerous other photonic devices such as supercontinuum generation and frequency doublers which together potentially enable fully on-chip frequency comb generation. Expand
Review of mid-infrared mode-locked laser sources in the 2.0 μm–3.5 μm spectral region
Ultrafast laser sources operating in the mid-infrared (mid-IR) region, which contains the characteristic fingerprint spectra of many important molecules and transparent windows of atmosphere, are ofExpand
Review of mid-nfrared mode-locked laser sources in the 2um-3um spectral region
  • Appl. Phys. Rev
  • 2019
Silicon photonics optical frequency synthesizer - SPOFS
We demonstrate a silicon photonics optical frequency synthesizer (SPOFS). The frequency instability obtained in the telecom band is 1×10−12 at 1s level, comparable to a bench-top commercial opticalExpand
Ultra-high on-chip optical gain in erbium-based hybrid slot waveguides
TLDR
This work reports ultra-high on-chip optical gain in erbium-based hybrid slot waveguides with a monolithic, CMOS-compatible and scalable atomic-layer deposition process, opening a route to large-scale integration of various active functionalities on silicon. Expand
Fully Integrated CMOS-compatible mode-locked lasers
TLDR
The work in this thesis presents the first-ever demonstration of fully-onchip CMOS compatible mode-locking device, as well as first- ever CMOS-compatible mode-locked lasers with no off-chip components. Expand
Integrated heterogeneous silicon/III–V mode-locked lasers
The mode-locked laser diode has emerged as a promising candidate as a signal source for photonic radar systems, wireless data transmission, and frequency comb spectroscopy. They have the advantagesExpand
Integrated rare-Earth doped mode-locked lasers on a CMOS platform
Mode-locked lasers provide extremely low jitter optical pulse trains for a number of applications ranging from sampling of RF-signals and optical frequency combs to microwave and optical signalExpand
Monolithically integrated erbium-doped tunable laser on a CMOS-compatible silicon photonics platform.
TLDR
This article demonstrates the first monolithically integrated erbium-doped tunable laser on a complementary-metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS)-compatible silicon photonics platform and achieves a tunability from 1527 nm to 1573 nm, with a >40 dB side mode suppression ratio (SMSR). Expand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...