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stande AR—coated DFB lasers with a 500 nm length. The threshold current on these is
measured to be 30 mA and the differential efﬁciency, considering both ends, is found to be
0.5. As expected two degenerate axial modes are observed. The second type of laser is formed by cleaving out 250 um length devices from this same wafer, and then applying AR coatings to only one end. In this case the spectra of some
devices show marginal MSRs, while others show relatively good MSRs. The devices with
the best MSRs are measured, and these provide threshold currents of 30 mA and differential
efﬁciencies, considering both ends, of 0.6. From other measurements is also determined that the threshold modal gain of these shorter lasers is twice that of the longer lasers. 3 a What is m. the internal efﬁciency?
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