January 01, 2009

Generation of 10 GHz optical pulses with very low timing jitter using one section passively mode locked quantum dash based lasers operating at 1.55 µm

  • Akrout A.
  • Duan G.
  • Lelarge F.
  • Martinez A.
  • Merghem K.
  • Ramdane A.
  • Shen A.
  • Tourrenc J.

Using either single-side-band phase noise spectrum or optical cross-correlation, timing jitter of 500 fs integrated from 150 kHz to 320 MHz has been measured from quantum-dash Fabry-Perot mode-locked lasers exhibiting a record low radiofrequency linewidth of ~850 Hz.

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