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Broadly tunable 1250 nm quantum dot-based semiconductor disk laser

Broadly tunable 1250 nm quantum dot-based semiconductor disk laser

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Optically pumped semiconductor disk lasers with antiresonant design based on Stranski-Krastanow-grown quantum dots are demonstrated to extend the spectral coverage of such type of devices up to 1250 nm. A continuous wave output power up to 1.6 W was achieved using an intracavity diamond heat spreader. Intracavity birefringent filter was used to tune the wavelength of the device in 25 nm range.


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