Amplified luminescence in InGaAs/AlGaAs laser diode arrays at high pump levels
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The development of amplified luminescence fluxes in powerful InGaAs/AlGaAs laser diode arrays (lasing wavelength 940–960 nm) has been studied experimentally and theoretically at pump levels above the threshold value. Flux density values for amplified luminescence propagation along (1.88⋅109 W/m2) and across (1.21⋅109 W/m2) the laser diode array cavity axis have been evaluated for the threshold pump level at room temperature (293 K). The contribution of the recombination rate induced by the amplified luminescence to the threshold current generation of the laser diode array reaches 7%. It has been shown that the amplified luminescence flux density is increased by 49% as the pump level rises from one to three threshold values.
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