quantum dot laser


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quantum dot laser

[¦kwän·təm ′dät ‚lä·zər]
(optics)
A laser that has a dense array of equal-sized quantum dots in the active region, each with only a few thousand atoms of semiconductor material, and emits light from electronic transitions between the discrete energy levels of these quantum dots.
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the leading provider of quantum dot lasers for optical interconnects in mainstream computing applications.
Today we see the clear potential of Quantum Dot lasers to enable optical interconnect and optical clock technology.
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