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Semiconductor Lasers II

Materials and Structures (Optics and Photonics)

by Eli Kapon

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Published by Academic Press .
Written in English


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Number of Pages380
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Open LibraryOL7327686M
ISBN 100123976316
ISBN 109780123976314

  This book provides a comprehensive treatment of the design and applications of optoelectronic devices. Optoelectronic devices such as light emitting diodes (LEDs), semiconductor lasers, photodetectors, optical fibers, and solar cells, are important components for . Semiconductor Lasers: Stability, Instability and Chaos Junji Ohtsubo Faculty of Engineering, Shizuoka University Johoku, Naka-ku, Hamamatsu, Japan e-mail: [email protected] Abstract—Lasers are essentially chaotic system. However, semiconductor lasers are classified into stable class B by:

II-VI Laser Enterprise GmbH is an industry-leading manufacturer of high-power semiconductor laser components enabling fiber and direct diode laser systems for material processing, medical, consumer and printing applications. In addition, II-VI Laser Enterprise manufactures pump lasers for optical amplifiers for both terrestrial and submarine.   The most up-to-date book available on the physics of photonic devices This new edition of Physics of Photonic Devices incorporates significant advancements in the field of photonics that have occurred since publication of the first edition (Physics of Optoelectronic Devices). New topics covered include a brief history of the invention of semiconductor lasers, the Lorentz dipole method and Author: Shun Lien Chuang.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 28 cm. Contents: Vertical cavity surface emiting lasers --Mid-IR semiconductor lasers --Reliability of semiconductor lasers --Single-mode semiconductor lasers --Visible diodes --High-power lasers --Fundamental and dynamic properties of semiconductor lasers --Semiconductor lasers and . Applications of semiconductor lasers in optical communications and other lightwave technologies have expanded considerably in recent years. This updated edition of the leading guide in the fields responds to these developments. It incorporates the latest advances in the design and performance of /5(3).


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Semiconductor Lasers II by Eli Kapon Download PDF EPUB FB2

This volume presents state-of-the-art information on several important material systems and device structures employed in modern semiconductor lasers. The first two chapters discuss several III-V, II-VI, and VI-VI compound semiconductor material systems employed in diode lasers whose emission spectra cover the range from the blue to the mid-infrared.

This book is intended to provide a comprehensive account of long-wave­ length semiconductor lasers. Particular attention is paid to InGaAsP lasers, although we also consider semiconductor lasers operating at longer wave­ by: This volume presents state-of-the-art information on several important material systems and device structures employed in modern semiconductor lasers.

The first two chapters discuss several III-V, II-VI, and VI-VI compound semiconductor material systems employed in diode lasers. It presents the state of the art of semiconductor lasers emitting in the wavelength range λ > 2 μm with some historic excursions.

It also describes laser types based on both interband and intraband optical transitions. The material systems of III–V, II–VI, and IV–VI semiconductor compounds and alloys for laser heterostructures are presented.

Semiconductor Lasers II: Materials and Structures (Optics and Photonics) by Eli Kapon and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Advances in material purity and epitaxial growth techniques have led to a variety of semiconductor lasers covering a wide wavelength range of 0.

3- ~m. The development during the s of GaAs semiconductor lasers, emitting in the near-infrared region of 0. 9 ~m, resulted in their use for the first generation of optical fiber communication : Springer US.

Since its invention inthe semiconductor laser has come a long way. Advances in material purity and epitaxial growth techniques have led to a variety of semiconductor lasers covering a wide wavelength range of 0.

3- ~m. The development during the s of GaAs semiconductor lasers, emitting in the near-infrared region of 0. 9 ~m, resulted in their use for the first generation.

This book may also serve as an introduction for the companion volume, Semiconductor Lasers II: Materials and Structures, which presents further details on the different material systems and laser structures used for achieving specific diode laser performance features.

This chapter contains sections titled: Semiconductor Physics Modern Diode Lasers. operation of semiconductor lasers. Laser Output Power: We also need expressions for the light coming out of the laser. Photons leave the cavity in two ways; they can either escape from the end facets (or mirrors) or they can get absorbed by the cavity.

Only the photons that leave the cavity from the mirrors constitute useful Size: KB. This volume presents state-of-the-art information on several important material systems and device structures employed in modern semiconductor lasers.

The first two chapters discuss several III-V, II-VI, and VI-VI compound semiconductor material systems employed in diode lasers whose emission spectra cover the range from the blue to the mid. This book covers the device physics of semiconductor lasers in five chapters written by recognized experts in this field.

The volume begins by introducing the basic mechanisms of optical gain in semiconductors and the role of quantum confinement in modern quantum well diode lasers. This book describes the fascinating recent advances made concerning the chaos, stability and instability of semiconductor lasers, and discusses their applications and future prospects in detail.

It emphasizes the dynamics in semiconductor lasers by optical and electronic feedback, opticalBrand: Springer International Publishing. Although the basic principles of lasers have remained unchanged in the past 20 years, there has been a shift in the kinds of lasers generating interest.

Providing a comprehensive introduction to the operating principles and applications of lasers, this second edition of the classic book on the subject reveals the latest developments and. The first type of visible light laser invented; May Nd:YAG laser: μm, ( μm) Flashlamp, laser diode: Material processing, rangefinding, laser target designation, surgery, tattoo removal, hair removal, research, pumping other lasers (combined with frequency doubling to produce a green nm beam).

One of the most common high-power lasers. The beam divergence of semiconductor lasers is much greater than most of the lasers, depending on temperature, therefore ranging from to milli radians.

In spite of the fact that semiconductor lasers do not produce a beam with characteristics as desired in other types of lasers, their small size, low power consumption and relatively high.

Title: Novel In-Plane Semiconductor Lasers II: Authors: Gmachl, Claire F.; Bour, David P. Affiliation: AA(Lucent Technologies/Bell Labs.

(USA)), AB(Agilent. This work contains tutorial-style reviews on important topics in the field of semiconductor lasers. A feature of the book is its discussion of expected future developments in the field.

Research material is included that has previously been available in the form of papers in international journals.1/5(1). Semiconductor lasers emitting at more than two micrometers have many applications such as in trace gas analysis, environmental monitoring, and industrial process control.

Because of very rapid progress in recent years, until this book no comprehensive information beyond scattered journal articles is available at present. Process Technology for Semiconductor Lasers describes the design principles of semiconductor lasers, mainly from the fabrication point of ng out with the history of semiconductor-laser development and applications the materials for use in lasing from short to long wavelengths are reviewed.

Semiconductor lasers with new structures, such as vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers and broad-area semiconductor lasers, are intriguing and promising devices. Current topics include fast physical number generation using chaotic semiconductor lasers for secure communication, development of chaos, quantum-dot semiconductor lasers and.Semiconductor Lasers II: Materials and Structures (Optics and Photonics) by Eli Kapon.

Academic Press, Hardcover. Good.ment of the semiconductor laser for optical communication focusing mainly on Sumitomo Electric’s R&D activities. With the progress of optical transmission technology, various kinds of semiconductor lasers have been developed for the application to wavelength division multiplexing, high speed, low power consumption, and photonic integration.