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Published by Wiley in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Semiconductor lasers.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Yoshihisa Yamamoto.
    SeriesWiley series in pure and applied optics
    ContributionsYamamoto, Yoshihisa.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA1700 .C64 1990
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 646 p. :
    Number of Pages646
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1859447M
    ISBN 100471512494
    LC Control Number90012608

    A fully quantum-mechanical travelling-wave time-domain model for a Fabry—Perot laser diode is presented. Extending the powerful transmission-line techniques proposed by Lowery, the model treats both the optical field and carrier populations quantum-mechanically. The Glauber function is used to represent the field, and correct correlated carrier and field-noise sources model by: Small-signal modulation and 10 Gb/s data transmission by microdisk lasers based on InGaAs/GaAs quantum well-dots Paper Author(s): Natalia V. Kryzhanovskaya, Eduard Moiseev, Fedor Zubov, Mikhail Maximov, Sergey Blokhin, St. Petersburg Academic Univ. (Russian Federation); Nikolay Kalyuzhnyy, Sergey Mintairov, Marina Kulagina, Ioffe Institute (Russian Federation); Nikolay .

    Semiconductor lasers or laser diodes play an important part in our everyday lives by providing cheap and compact-size lasers. They consist of complex multi-layer structures requiring nanometer scale accuracy and an elaborate design. Their theoretical description is important not only from a fundamental point of view, but also in order to generate new and improved designs.   The most striking consequence of the quantum nature of light is the ability of matter to emit coherent photons of identical frequencies and phases, a process predicted in by Albert Einstein, who called it “stimulated emission.” This was realized 50 years ago, when the first optical laser was by: 1.

    Hui-Fang Zhang, Jin-Hui Wu, and Jin--Yue Gao, "Quantum Interference Effects on Optical Amplification and the Index of Refraction in a Four-Level System," J. Opt. Soc. Korea 7, .   Quantum coherence in a QW structure can be induced by electron tunnelling or applying a laser field [32, 33]. Coherence induced by incoherent field and tunnel coupling in the QW system plays an important role in light–matter interaction and has found numerous implementations in semiconductor Cited by: 2.


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Coherence, Amplification, and Quantum Effects in Semiconductor Lasers. This is the first book to review in systematic fashion the coherence, amplification and quantum effects in semiconductor lasers. There are three major sections in the text. The first deals with the application of semiconductor lasers for coherent communication and spectroscopy, outlining the fundamental spectral and modulation characteristics of semiconductor lasers.

Systematically reviews the coherence, amplification and quantum effects of semiconductor lasers. Topics discussed in the text include the application of lasers to communication and spectroscopy, squeezed state generation, general quantum noise properties and semiconductor laser amplifiers.

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This is the first book to review in systematic fashion the coherence, amplification and quantum effects in semiconductor lasers. There are three major sections in the text. The first deals with the application of semiconductor lasers for coherent communication and spectroscopy, outlining the fundamental spectral and modulation characteristics of semiconductor lasers.

See also his review article of () entitled, “Line Broadening of Semiconductor Lasers,” in Coherence, amplification, and quantum effects in semiconductor lasers, Ed. by Y. Yamamoto. John Wiley & Sons, New : Weng W. Chow, Stephan W. Koch, Murray Sargent. Purchase Quantum Coherence and Decoherence - 1st Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. This book provides a unified and complete theory for semiconductor lasers, covering topics ranging from the principles of classical and quantum mechanics to highly advanced levels for readers who need to analyze the complicated operating characteristics generated in the real application of semiconductor lasers.

Yamamoto, Coherence, Amplification, and Quantum Effects in Semiconductor Lasers, (Wiley-Interscience, New York, ) CSP). d V-channel substrate inner-stripe (VSIS) M. Yamada, Theory of Author: Minoru Yamada. Abstract: Line broadening up to 25 GHz in a single-mode semiconductor laser with relatively strong optical feedback is reported and theoretically analyzed.

Measurements of the coherence function were performed using a Michelson interferometer and demonstrate that the coherence length decreases by a factor (to approximately 10 mm) due to optical by: Monte Carlo Quantum Well Semiconductor Laser Longitudinal Mode Multiple Quantum Well These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.

This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. Coherence in light–matter interaction is a necessary ingredient if light is used to control the quantum state of a material system.

Coherent effects are firmly associated with isolated systems Cited by: The papers dealt mainly with the subjects of resonant pulse propagation, lasers, quantum electrodynamics and alternative theories, optical coherence, coherence effects in spontaneous emis­ sion, light scattering, optical correlation and fluctuation measure­ ments, coherent light interactions and quantum Format: Paperback.

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Eberly,Subharmonic Bifurcation Route to Chaos in Asymmetric External Cavity Semiconductor Lasers.- The Effect of Dissipation on Macroscopic Quantum Coherence in a Double Well System.- Quantum Theory of Nondegenerate Four-Wave Mixing in Semiconductor Media The experimental set-up is shown in Fig.

external cavity diode laser comprises an index guided quantum well GaAlAs diode (STC #LTU, nm, 50 mW cw), a collimating lens (Melles Griot #06LGT GRIN rod lens), and an external reflector which is one of 95, 90, 85 or 60% reflectance, placed m from the diode laser and which also acts as the output by: Analysis of Coherence-Collapse Regime of Semiconductor Lasers Under External Optical Feedback by Perturbation Method 83 In this section, the differe nce between Eq.(29) and the mo del proposed by.

operation of semiconductor lasers. Laser Output Power: We also need expressions for the light coming out of the laser. Photons leave the cavity in two ways; they can either escape from the end facets (or mirrors) or they can get absorbed by the cavity.

Only the photons that leave the cavity from the mirrors constitute useful Size: KB. The coherence time during which two energetic states in a semiconductor are synchronized can be very short. Here, the authors demonstrate that despite their brief coherence times, coherent control Cited by: This textbook presents the basic elements needed to understand and engage in research in semiconductor physics.

It deals with elementary excitations in bulk and low-dimensional semiconductors, including quantum wells, quantum wires and quantum dots. The basic principles underlying optical nonlinearities are developed, including excitonic and many-body plasma effects.

Almost from the inception of the semiconductor distributed feedback (DFB) laser, there has been a continuous effort to improve its coherence. The methods used to this end include long cavities (1), longitudinal mode engineering via multiple phase-shifts (2, 3), optimization of the active medium [e.g., strained quantum well (QW)] (4), and Cited by: TermsVector search | B–OK.

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