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Fundamentals of High-Power Operation

  • Nils W. Carlson
Part of the Springer Series in Electronics and Photonics book series (SSEP, volume 33)

Abstract

The fundamentals and basic concepts that are important for our understanding the physics and technological issues related to high-power, single-mode diode-laser arrays are presented. Principal concepts such as the threshold gain condition (Sect. 2.1), current-gain properties (Sect. 2.2), optimization of the above-threshold operation (Sect. 2.3), and scaling limitations are reviewed (Sect. 2.4). A comparison of the performance characteristics of the semiconductor laser medium with other well-known non-semiconductor laser media (i.e., Nd:YAG, Rhodamine-6G dye, and CO2) is also included. The effects of injected carriers on the optical properties and spatial-mode discrimination are discussed in Sect. 2.6. Heating and thermal management issues are treated in Sect. 2.8. These are topics that are common to both single-element diode lasers and diode-laser arrays.

Keywords

Active Layer Cavity Length Modal Gain Multiple Quantum Well Threshold Current Density 
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  • Nils W. Carlson
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  1. 1.Lawrence Livermore National LaboratoriesLivermoreUSA

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