Abstract

Low-threshold current density operation has been obtained from (Zn, Cd)Se/Zn(S, Se) quantum-well diode lasers in the blue-green spectrum. The devices, with reflective facet coatings, have been operated at room temperature under pulsed conditions with threshold current densities of Ith ≈ 1 kA/cm2.

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