Chip-based soliton microcomb module using a hybrid semiconductor laser

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Chip-based soliton microcomb module using a hybrid semiconductor laser. / Raja, Arslan S.; Liu, Junqiu; Volet, Nicolas; Wang, Rui Ning; He, Jijun; Lucas, Erwan; Bouchandand, Romain; Morton, Paul; Bowers, John; J. Kippenberg, Tobias .

I: Optics Express, Bind 28, Nr. 3, 2020, s. 2714-2721.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskrift/Konferencebidrag i tidsskrift /Bidrag til avisTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

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Raja, AS, Liu, J, Volet, N, Wang, RN, He, J, Lucas, E, Bouchandand, R, Morton, P, Bowers, J & J. Kippenberg, T 2020, 'Chip-based soliton microcomb module using a hybrid semiconductor laser', Optics Express, bind 28, nr. 3, s. 2714-2721. https://doi.org/10.1364/OE.28.002714

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Raja, A. S., Liu, J., Volet, N., Wang, R. N., He, J., Lucas, E., Bouchandand, R., Morton, P., Bowers, J., & J. Kippenberg, T. (2020). Chip-based soliton microcomb module using a hybrid semiconductor laser. Optics Express, 28(3), 2714-2721. https://doi.org/10.1364/OE.28.002714

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Raja AS, Liu J, Volet N, Wang RN, He J, Lucas E, Bouchandand R, Morton P, Bowers J, J. Kippenberg T. 2020. Chip-based soliton microcomb module using a hybrid semiconductor laser. Optics Express. 28(3):2714-2721. https://doi.org/10.1364/OE.28.002714

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Raja AS, Liu J, Volet N, Wang RN, He J, Lucas E o.a. Chip-based soliton microcomb module using a hybrid semiconductor laser. Optics Express. 2020;28(3):2714-2721. https://doi.org/10.1364/OE.28.002714

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Raja, Arslan S. ; Liu, Junqiu ; Volet, Nicolas ; Wang, Rui Ning ; He, Jijun ; Lucas, Erwan ; Bouchandand, Romain ; Morton, Paul ; Bowers, John ; J. Kippenberg, Tobias . / Chip-based soliton microcomb module using a hybrid semiconductor laser. I: Optics Express. 2020 ; Bind 28, Nr. 3. s. 2714-2721.

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AU - He, Jijun

AU - Lucas, Erwan

AU - Bouchandand, Romain

AU - Morton, Paul

AU - Bowers, John

AU - J. Kippenberg, Tobias

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