One-dimension Random Laser based on Artificial High-index Contrast Scatterers
The realization of one-dimension (1D) random laser (RL) by using artificially fabricated scatterers was reported in this letter, and the lasing characteristic has also been investigated comprehensively. The manipulation of the lasing mode in the 1D microwire (MW) RL can be achieved through micro-pits prepared by the laser-ablation technique. Well-defined sharp lasing peaks were realized based on the coherence feedback process in the 1D optical waveguide. The near- and far-field images exhibit excellent spatial intensity distribution, and the stability of lasing modals has also been investigated. Our results represent a novelty method towards the development of manipulated-RL, which will highlight the application of disordered system on optoelectronic devices.