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Semiconductor-Laser Physics discusses the underlying physics and operational principles of semiconductor lasers. The optical and electronic properties of the semiconductor medium are analyzed in detail, including quantum confinement and gain engineering effects. A semiclassical and a quantum version of the laser theory are presented, including an analysis of single- and multimode operation, instabilities, laser arrays, unstable resonators, and microcavity lasers.
|Statement||by Weng W. Chow, Stephan W. Koch, Murray Sargent|
|Contributions||Koch, S. W. (Stephan W.), Sargent, Murray|
|LC Classifications||TA1671-1707, TA1501-1820|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (xii, 497 pages 180 illustrations)|
|Number of Pages||497|
|ISBN 10||3642647529, 3642612253|
|ISBN 10||9783642647529, 9783642612251|
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Semiconductor-Laser Physics discusses the underlying physics and operational principles of semiconductor lasers. The optical and electronic properties of the semiconductor medium are analyzed in detail, including quantum confinement and gain engineering effects.
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Authors (view affiliations) free-electron and semiconductor lasers. This expanded and updated second edition of the book presents a description of the dynamics of free-electron laser oscillation using a model introduced in the first edition that allows a reader to understand Semiconductor laser diodes provide coherent sources of light to an ever-increasing market with applications ranging from the defense industry and medical field through to entertainment and fiber-optic communications and in – took approximately 55% of the total laser market by value ($ billion in ) (Steele, ).
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This textbook gives a broad overview of the underlying physics and operational principles of semiconductor lasers. Starting with a discussion of semiconductor laser diodes, including basic laser devices, heterostructures, gain and index guiding, the relevant concepts of semiconductor physics are summarised.
This work contains tutorial-style reviews on important topics in the field of semiconductor lasers. A feature of the book is its discussion of expected future developments in the field. Research material is included that has previously been available in the 1/5(1). About this Item: Addison-Wesley, Paperback.
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4 Semiconductor Laser Theory absorbed, transferri ng an electron f rom the lower lev el to the upper level. The left side of Figure a represents the initi al state of the atom, while the.
The semiconductor is made in unique manner for the semiconductor laser. Design Features. In reality a semiconductor laser is simply a semiconductor diode, because its active medium is the junction of the forward biased P-N diode, shown as.
Here the metal contacts shown are used to connect the P-N material to the DC power supply. Summary. Developed from the authors’ classroom-tested material, Semiconductor Laser Theory takes a semiclassical approach to teaching the principles, structure, and applications of semiconductor lasers.
Designed for graduate students in physics, electrical engineering, and materials science, the text covers many recent developments, including diode lasers using.
Chapter 11 Basics of Semiconductor Lasers Introduction Introduction to Semiconductor Lasers: In semiconductor optical amplifiers (SOAs), photons multiplied via stimulated emission. In SOAs photons were confined in the dimensions transverse to the waveguide but were allowed to escape from the end of the waveguide.
This book presents an in-depth discussion of the semiconductor-laser gain medium. The optical and electronic properties of semiconductors, particularly semiconductor quantum-well systems, are analyzed in detail, covering a wide variety of near-infrared systems with or without strain, as well as wide-gap materials such as the group-III nitride compounds or the II-VI materials.
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A laser diode, (LD), injection laser diode (ILD), or diode laser is a semiconductor device similar to a light-emitting diode in which a diode pumped directly with electrical current can create lasing conditions at the diode's junction.: 3 Laser diodes can directly convert electrical energy into light.
Driven by voltage, the doped p-n-transition allows for recombination of an electron with a hole. Aspects of laser design and development are considered along with semiconductor materials for lasers, problems of device fabrication, crystal growth, the degradation of lasers, and the integration of semiconductor lasers with other optical components.
A description is presented of light emission processes and laser action in semiconductors, taking into account electronic .Semiconductor-Laser Physics discusses the underlying physics and operational principles of semiconductor lasers.
The optical and electronic properties of the semiconductor medium are analyzed in detail, including quantum confinement and gain engineering effects. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will.For any kind of real laser the physics behind it is complex.
In order to let the reader appreciate this point and evaluate to what extent the models used in this book can describe such a complex reality, we have chosen the case of one of the lasers which is most commonly utilized in applications, namely the semiconductor laser [–], for.