Martin Moehrle
Martin Moehrle
Head of Laser Group, Fraunhofer Heinrich-Hertz-Institute (FhG HHI)
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In situ 3D nanoprinting of free-form coupling elements for hybrid photonic integration
PI Dietrich, M Blaicher, I Reuter, M Billah, T Hoose, A Hofmann, C Caer, ...
Nature Photonics 12 (4), 241-247, 2018
Detuned grating multisection-RW-DFB lasers for high-speed optical signal processing
M Mohrle, B Sartorius, C Bornholdt, S Bauer, O Brox, A Sigmund, ...
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics 7 (2), 217-223, 2001
Hybrid integration of silicon photonics circuits and InP lasers by photonic wire bonding
MR Billah, M Blaicher, T Hoose, PI Dietrich, P Marin-Palomo, ...
Optica 5 (7), 876-883, 2018
All-optical clock recovery module based on self-pulsating DFB laser
B Sartorius, C Bornholdt, O Brox, HJ Ehrke, D Hoffmann, R Ludwig, ...
Electronics letters 34 (17), 1664-1665, 1998
Self-pulsating DFB laser for all-optical clock recovery at 40 Gbit/s
C Bornholdt, B Sartorius, S Schelhase, M Möhrle, S Bauer
Electronics Letters 36 (4), 1, 2000
Threshold-current analysis of InGaAs-InGaAsP multiquantum well separate-confinement lasers
M Rosenzweig, M Mohrle, H Duser, H Venghaus
IEEE journal of quantum electronics 27 (6), 1804-1811, 1991
Dispersive self-Q-switching in self-pulsating DFB lasers
B Sartorius, M Mohrle, S Reichenbacher, H Preier, HJ Wunsche, ...
IEEE journal of quantum electronics 33 (2), 211-218, 1997
Dispersive self-Q-switching in DFB lasers-theory versus experiment
U Bandelow, HJ Wunsche, B Sartorius, M Mohrle
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics 3 (2), 270-278, 1997
Gigahertz self-pulsation in 1.5 mu m wavelength multisection DFB lasers
M Mohrle, U Feister, J Horer, R Molt, B Sartorius
IEEE photonics technology letters 4 (9), 976-978, 1992
12-64 GHz continuous frequency tuning in self-pulsating 1.55-/spl mu/m multiquantum-well DFB lasers
B Sartorius, M Mohrle, U Feiste
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics 1 (2), 535-538, 1995
Optical millimeter-wave generation and wireless data transmission using a dual-mode laser
G Grosskopf, D Rohde, R Eggemann, S Bauer, C Bornholdt, M Mohrle, ...
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 12 (12), 1692-1694, 2000
Polymer-based external cavity lasers: Tuning efficiency, reliability, and polarization diversity
D de Felipe, Z Zhang, W Brinker, M Kleinert, AM Novo, C Zawadzki, ...
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 26 (14), 1391-1394, 2014
Hybrid multi-chip assembly of optical communication engines by in situ 3D nano-lithography
M Blaicher, MR Billah, J Kemal, T Hoose, P Marin-Palomo, A Hofmann, ...
Light: Science & Applications 9 (1), 1-11, 2020
Recent developments in polymer-based photonic components for disruptive capacity upgrade in data centers
D De Felipe, M Kleinert, C Zawadzki, A Polatynski, G Irmscher, W Brinker, ...
Journal of Lightwave Technology 35 (4), 683-689, 2016
Hybrid photonic integration on a polymer platform
Z Zhang, D Felipe, V Katopodis, P Groumas, C Kouloumentas, ...
Photonics 2 (3), 1005-1026, 2015
40 Gbit/s directly modulated lasers: Physics and application
U Troppenz, J Kreissl, M Moehrle, C Bornholdt, W Rehbein, B Sartorius, ...
Novel In-Plane Semiconductor Lasers X 7953, 98-107, 2011
Effect of metal organic vapor phase epitaxy growth conditions on emission wavelength stability of quantum dot lasers
D Franke, M Moehrle, J Boettcher, P Harde, A Sigmund, H Kuenzel
Applied Physics Letters 91 (8), 081117, 2007
Hydrogen passivation of Zn acceptors in InGaAs during reactive ion etching
M Moehrle
Applied physics letters 56 (6), 542-544, 1990
Clock recovery based on a new type of selfpulsation in a 1.5 mu m two-section InGaAsP-InP DFB laser
DJ As, R Eggemann, U Feiste, M Mohrle, E Patzak, K Weich
Electronics Letters 2 (29), 141-142, 1993
All optical clock recovery at 80 GHz and beyond
C Bornholdt, S Bauer, M Mohrle, HP Nolting, B Sartorius
Proceedings 27th European Conference on Optical Communication (Cat. No …, 2001
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