Written for readers who have some background in solid state physics but do not necessarily possess any knowledge of semiconductor lasers, this book provides a comprehensive and concise account of fundamental semiconductor laser physics, technology and properties. The principles of operation of these lasers are therefore discussed in detail with the interrelations between their design and optical, electrical and thermal properties. The relative merits of a large number of laser structures and their parameters are described to acquaint the reader with the various aspects of the semiconductor lasers and the trends in their development.The prism may be replaced by a corrugation with an appropriate period. Iga et al., (1979) ... They suggested for example that it is possible to construct an ITG laser with a three-dimensional output waveguide according to the design shown in Fig. 5.77. ... Hence, by choosing I- I I-I-T-I-T-IT = 20-80 K H PbSnSe H- PbSnTe. Fig.
|Title||:||Physics of Semiconductor Lasers|
|Author||:||B. Mroziewicz, M. Bugajski, W. Nakwaski|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|