Theories on distributed feedback lasers by F. K. KneubuМ€hl

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Published by Harwood Academic Publishers in Chur, Switzerland, Langhorne, Pa., USA .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Lasers.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 85-91) and index.

Book details

Other titlesDistributed feedback lasers.
StatementF.K. Kneubühl.
SeriesLaser science and technology,, v. 14
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTA1677 .K59 1993
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 94 p. :
Number of Pages94
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1736374M
ISBN 103718653508
LC Control Number92041425

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, 94 pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: 1. Introduction Linear Theories of Distributed Feedback in Continuous-Wave Lasers Helical-Feedback Lasers Nonlinear Theory of Continuous-Wave Distributed and Helical Feedback Lasers Rate-Equation Models of Pulsed Distributed.

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This comprehensive research monograph provides: thorough analysis of the operation and design of DFB lasers a high level of tutorial discussion with many valuable appendices the first full account of time-domain. A distributed feedback laser (DFB) is a type of laser diode, quantum cascade laser or optical fiber laser where the active region of the device contains a periodically structured element or diffraction structure builds a one-dimensional interference grating (Bragg scattering) and the grating provides optical feedback for the longitudinal diffraction grating has periodic.

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Offers a balance of relevant optoelectronic topics, with specific attention given to distributed feedback lasers, growth techniques and waveguide cavity. Distributed Feedback (DFB) Structures and Semiconductor DFB Lasers Distributed Feedback (DFB) Gratings in Waveguides Introduction: Periodic structures, like the DBR mirrors in VCSELs, can be also realized in a waveguide, as shown below in the case of a InGaAsP/InP Size: KB.

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distributed feedback (DFB) laser A laser system in which feedback is used to make certain modes in the resonator oscillate more strongly than others. In semiconductor lasers, a periodic corrugation in the active layer replaces the cleaved end mirrors, and the grating spacing is.

An analysis of laser action in a periodic structure is presented. A model of two counter‐running waves coupled by backward Bragg scattering is used. The resonant frequencies and threshold criteria Cited by: Distributed feedback (DFB) semiconductor lasers have a periodic modulation of refractive index, or Bragg grating, in the active region of the device.

The Bragg grating causes a wavelength dependent distributed feedback of light. This thesis develops a below-threshold model for the spectra of DFB lasers. The model is shown Theories on distributed feedback lasers book treatAuthor: Gordon B. Morrison.

An analysis of laser action in a periodic structure is presented. A model of two counter‐running waves coupled by backward Bragg scattering is used. The resonant frequencies and threshold criteria for the modes of oscillation have been determined for both index and gain periodicities.

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APIC has developed very low noise (RIN) DFB lasers in the nm wavelength range with models that perform direct modulation (DML) up to 6 GHz and continuous wave (CW) lasers. The DML laser come in a variety of optical power outputs from 10 to 40 mW with RIN between and dB/Hz.

The analog/CW lasers have optical power output levels between 40 and. In this paper, one of the most modern random lasers known as random distributed feedback fiber laser is investigated when the third-order dispersion (TOD) is taken into account.

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The lasers are based on a DFB design ensuring robust and reliable operation and are delivered as fully integrated. Distributed Feedback Lasers I. Ladany, J. Andrews, and G. Evans David Sarnoff Research Center Princeton, New Jersey Prepared for Langley Research Center under Contract NAS National Aeronautics and Space Administration Scientific File Size: 3MB.

Distributed Bragg Reflector (DBR) laser diodes are offered by Photodigm. Eagleyard offers DBRs at nm and nm. All other diodes shown above are Distributed Feedback Lasers (DFBs). Further parameters Following parameters are according to free accessible data from provider's website (last update September, ).

Working characteristics of external distributed feedback polymer lasers with varying waveguiding structures To cite this article: Wenbin Huang et al J.

Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 48 View the article online for updates and enhancements. Related content A high-order external distributed feedback polymer laser with low working thresholdCited by: * Double heterojunction semiconductor lasers, strained quantum-well lasers, distributed-feedback lasers, and vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers * High-speed modulation of semiconductor lasers using linear and nonlinear gains and the linewidth enhancement theory4/5(2).

Handbook of Distributed Feedback Laser Diodes, Second Edition - Ebook written by Geert Morthier, Patrick Vankwikelberge. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Handbook of Distributed Feedback Laser Diodes, Second Edition.

Principle of operation of random distributed feedback fiber laser. The numerically calculat ed laser power distribution (solid line) and Raman gain (dashed line) are shown on the to p. We report an index-coupled distributed feedback quantum cascade laser by employing an equivalent phase shift (EPS) of quarter-wave integrated with a distributed Bragg reflector (DBR) at λ∼ μm.

The EPS is fabricated through extending one sampling period by 50% in the center of a sampled Bragg grating. The key EPS and DBR pattern are fabricated by conventional Author: Feng-Min Cheng, Zhi-Wei Jia, Jin-Chuan Zhang, Ning Zhuo, Shen-Qiang Zhai, Li-Jun Wang, Jun-Qi Liu, S.

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Ishii, R. Iga, T. Hirono: Fabrication and performance of AlGaAs-GaAs distributed Bragg reflector lasers and distributed feedback lasers utilizing first-order diffraction gratings formed by a periodic groove structure. IEEE J. Selected Topics Quant. Electron. 5, () CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 1.

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Systematically investigates high-speed modulation of semiconductor lasers using linear and nonlinear gains. Features new subjects such as the theories on the band structures of strained semiconductors and strained quantum-well lasers. Covers key areas behind the operation of semiconductor lasers, modulators and : Distributed Feedback (DFB) lasers have been developed for optical fiber communications as dynamic single-mode (DSM) lasers [3].

In a very early stage in the development of optical fiber communication systems, transmitters were multimode lasers. However, using multimode lasers, transmission speed and distance are limited by dispersion. springer, This textbook provides a thorough and accessible treatment of semiconductor lasers from a design and engineering perspective.

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The laser approach is also suitable for multiplexing since the laser power is on the order of mW and can be divided into several fibers with a separate modulator for each fiber.|8~ The alternative direct laser diode transmission systems, typically based on distributed feedback laser diodes, are limited in output power for the same level of noise performance, which is typically.

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