Fabrication technologies for quantum cascade photonic-crystal microlasers
Tennant, D. M.
Sergent, A. M.
Sivco, D. L.
Cho, A. Y.
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CitationColombelli, R, K Srinivasan, M Troccoli, O Painter, C Gmachl, D M Tennant, A M Sergent, D L Sivco, A Y Cho, and Federico Capasso. 2004. “Fabrication Technologies for Quantum Cascade Photonic-Crystal Microlasers.” Nanotechnology 15 (5): 675–81. https://doi.org/10.1088/0957-4484/15/5/046.
AbstractIn this paper we describe the technological and fabrication methods necessary to incorporate both photonic and electronic-band engineering in order to create novel surface-emitting quantum cascade microcavity laser sources. This technology offers the promise of several innovative applications such as the miniaturization of QC lasers, and multi-wavelength two-dimensional laser arrays for spectroscopy, gas-sensing and imaging. This approach is not limited to light-emitting devices, and may be efficiently applied to the development of mid- and far-infrared normal-incidence detectors.
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