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A dynamical simulation model for three-section DBR laser is extended to analyse the thermal effect under continuous tuning. A new method to compensate the thermal drifts is implemented, and we have simulated a nonintrusive wavelength tuning, with and without mode jumping.
Citationde Sousa, A.; Prat, J.; Gene, J. Reduction of the tuning time of 1.5-µm three-section DBR lasers by controlling the transient currents. A: Lasers and Electro-Optics Society. Annual Meeting. "LEOS 2000. Annual Meeting Conference Proceedings. Volume 2.". Rio Grande: 2000, p. 589-590.
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