Research Data for "Wide and tunable spectral asymmetry between narrow and wide facet outputs in a tapered quantum-dot superluminescent diode"

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Data files for figures included in paper.
Light-Current Characteristics - Figure 1(a)
Rear Over Front Facet Output Power vs Front Section Current - Figure 1(b)
Front and Rear Facet Optical Spectra at 0.1 A of Rear Section Current - Figure 2
Front and Rear Facet Peak Wavelength Difference vs Front and Rear Section Current Density Difference - Figure 3(a)
Front Facet Peak Wavelength vs Current Density - Figure 3(b)
Rear Facet Peak Wavelength vs Current Density - Figure 3(c)
QD Material Density of States - Figure 5
Comparison of Simulated and Measured Light-Current Characteristics - Figure 6
Simulated Front and Rear Facet Optical Spectra at 0.1,1.0 A of Rear,Front Section Current - Figure 7(a)
Occupation probabilities close to the front facet at 0.1,1.0 A of Rear,Front Section Current - Figure 7(b)
Occupation probabilities close to the rear facet at 0.1,1.0 A of Rear,Front Section Current - Figure 7(c)
Net Modal Gain at 0.1,1.0 A of Rear,Front Section Current - Figure 7(d)
Evolution of the number of photons propagating in the forward and backward directions at 1250 nm (green) and 1275 nm at 0.1,1.0 A of Rear,Front Section Current - Figure 7(e)
Simulated Front and Rear Facet Optical Spectra at 0.1,3.5 A of Rear,Front Section Current - Figure 8(a)
Occupation probabilities close to the front facet at 0.1,3.5 A of Rear,Front Section Current - Figure 8(b)
Occupation probabilities close to the rear facet at 0.1,3.5 A of Rear,Front Section Current - Figure 8(c)
Net Modal Gain at 0.1,3.5 A of Rear,Front Section Current - Figure 8(d)
Evolution of the number of photons propagating in the forward and backward directions at 1210 nm (green) and 1240 nm at 0.1,3.5 A of Rear,Front Section Current - Figure 8(e)
Date made available6 Jan 2020
PublisherHeriot-Watt University
Date of data production19 Sep 2013 - 19 Mar 2018

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