Fluctuating Intensity Regimes in Lasers and Masers

  • V. A. Dement’ev
  • T. N. Zubarev
  • A. N. Oraevskii
Part of the The Lebedev Physics Institute Series book series (LPIS)


The conditions for spiking in lasers (and masers) are studied. A method is developed for analyzing the equations describing laser processes which is a variant of the Fourier method in combination with the small-parameter method applied to this particular problem. This method makes it possible to consider in a unified way the stationary states of lasers, their stability, and transition processes. The following laser models are analyzed: standing wave and traveling wave lasers, lasers with a point active medium, with an inhomogeneous luminescence line, and with a Q-dispersive cavity. The effect of pumping instability and the cavity parameters on the operating regime of a laser is studied. Stochastic methods are used to study random lasing and a laser with noise pumping. These cases have made it possible to formulate criteria for the different spiking regimes in various types of lasers and masers. An attempt is made to compare some of the conclusions of this theory with available experimental data.


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  • A. N. Oraevskii

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