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Midinfrared GaInSb/AlGaInSb quantum well laser diodes operating above 200 K.

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Midinfrared GaInSb/AlGaInSb quantum well laser diodes operating above 200 K. / Nash, G. R.; Przeslak, S. J. B.; Smith, S. J.; de Valicourt, G.; Andreev, A. D.; Carrington, P. J.; Yin, M.; Krier, A.; Coomber, S. D.; Buckle, L.; Emeny, M. T.; Ashley, T.

In: Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 94, No. 9, 05.03.2009, p. 091111.

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Nash, GR, Przeslak, SJB, Smith, SJ, de Valicourt, G, Andreev, AD, Carrington, PJ, Yin, M, Krier, A, Coomber, SD, Buckle, L, Emeny, MT & Ashley, T 2009, 'Midinfrared GaInSb/AlGaInSb quantum well laser diodes operating above 200 K.', Applied Physics Letters, vol. 94, no. 9, pp. 091111. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3094879

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Nash, G. R., Przeslak, S. J. B., Smith, S. J., de Valicourt, G., Andreev, A. D., Carrington, P. J., Yin, M., Krier, A., Coomber, S. D., Buckle, L., Emeny, M. T., & Ashley, T. (2009). Midinfrared GaInSb/AlGaInSb quantum well laser diodes operating above 200 K. Applied Physics Letters, 94(9), 091111. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3094879

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Nash GR, Przeslak SJB, Smith SJ, de Valicourt G, Andreev AD, Carrington PJ et al. Midinfrared GaInSb/AlGaInSb quantum well laser diodes operating above 200 K. Applied Physics Letters. 2009 Mar 5;94(9):091111. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3094879

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Nash, G. R. ; Przeslak, S. J. B. ; Smith, S. J. ; de Valicourt, G. ; Andreev, A. D. ; Carrington, P. J. ; Yin, M. ; Krier, A. ; Coomber, S. D. ; Buckle, L. ; Emeny, M. T. ; Ashley, T. / Midinfrared GaInSb/AlGaInSb quantum well laser diodes operating above 200 K. In: Applied Physics Letters. 2009 ; Vol. 94, No. 9. pp. 091111.

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title = "Midinfrared GaInSb/AlGaInSb quantum well laser diodes operating above 200 K.",
abstract = "Electroluminescence from GaInSb/AlGaInSb type I quantum well diode lasers, grown on GaAs, has been investigated as a function of strain in the quantum wells. Lasing was observed, in pulsed operation, up to temperatures of 161, 208, 219, and 202 K for structures containing 0.55%, 0.62%, 0.78%, and 1.1% strain, respectively, with lasing occurring at similar to 3.3 mu m at 200 K for the 1.1% structure. {\textcopyright}2009 American Institute of Physics",
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AU - Andreev, A. D.

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AU - Buckle, L.

AU - Emeny, M. T.

AU - Ashley, T.

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N2 - Electroluminescence from GaInSb/AlGaInSb type I quantum well diode lasers, grown on GaAs, has been investigated as a function of strain in the quantum wells. Lasing was observed, in pulsed operation, up to temperatures of 161, 208, 219, and 202 K for structures containing 0.55%, 0.62%, 0.78%, and 1.1% strain, respectively, with lasing occurring at similar to 3.3 mu m at 200 K for the 1.1% structure. ©2009 American Institute of Physics

AB - Electroluminescence from GaInSb/AlGaInSb type I quantum well diode lasers, grown on GaAs, has been investigated as a function of strain in the quantum wells. Lasing was observed, in pulsed operation, up to temperatures of 161, 208, 219, and 202 K for structures containing 0.55%, 0.62%, 0.78%, and 1.1% strain, respectively, with lasing occurring at similar to 3.3 mu m at 200 K for the 1.1% structure. ©2009 American Institute of Physics

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