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Near-infrared imprinted distributed feedback lasers
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FIG. 1.

IR-140 ASE (dotted line) and imprinted DFB laser emission (solid line) spectra at excitation fluence above the lasing threshold. Top inset: AFM topographic view of the patterned dye-doped PMMA grating . Bottom inset: molecular structure of IR-140.

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FIG. 2.

DFB peak emission intensity vs fluence of the absorbed excitation beam. The solid line is a linear fit to the input-output characteristics above the lasing theshold. Inset: device tunability. Peaks at (A) and (C) were obtained from structures with a grating period of 580 and , respectively.

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FIG. 3.

Polarized PL spectra: polarization components parallel (dashed line) and perpendicular (continuous line) to the grating lines. Inset: dependence of the output intensity on the angle between the polarizer axis and the grating grooves; the solid line is a fit to the data by the Malus law.

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FIG. 4.

Temporal evolution of the laser emission when exposed in air (full circles) or vacuum (empty circles) conditions (excitation fluence of ). The solid lines are a fit to the experimental data with an exponential function. Inset: wavelength of the DFB laser peak vs exposure time.


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Scitation: Near-infrared imprinted distributed feedback lasers