Dynamics of micro-integrated external-cavity diode lasers: Simulations, analysis and experiments
- Radziunas, Mindaugas
- Tronciu, Vasile Z.
- Luvsandamdin, Erdenetsetseg
- Kürbis, Christian
- Wicht, Andreas
- Wenzel, Hans
2010 Mathematics Subject Classification
- 78A60 35Q60 35B30 78-05
2008 Physics and Astronomy Classification Scheme
- 42.55.Px 42.65.bc 42.60.Pk 42.60.Mi
- external cavity, diode laser, semiconductor, mode transitions, multi-stability, traveling wave model, cavity modes
This paper reports the results of numerical and experimental investigations of the dynamics of an external cavity diode laser device composed of a semiconductor laser and a distant Bragg grating, which provides an optical feedback. Due to the influence of the feedback, this system can operate at different dynamic regimes. The traveling wave model is used for simulations and analysis of the nonlinear dynamics in the considered laser device. Based on this model, a detailed analysis of the optical modes is performed, and the stability of the stationary states is discussed. It is shown, that the results obtained from the simulation and analysis of the device are in good agreement with experimental findings.
- IEEE J. Quantum Electron., 51 (2015) pp. 2000408/1--2000408/8.