A Near Traveling Wave Semiconductor Laser Amplifier for Simultaneous Amplification, Detection and Discrimination
The detection properties of the semiconductor laser amplifier have been examined by several authors, e. g. Gustavsson et al.1 have analysed a Near Travelling Wave Optical Amplifier (NTWOA) for simultaneous amplification and detection. Shoa and Koch2 have theoretically studied the static and dynamical characteristics of semiconductor narrow-band tunable resonant optical amplifiers as active filters and receivers.
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