Distributed feedback semiconductor lasers

by John E. Carroll

Publisher: The Institution of Electrical Engineers, Publisher: SPIE Optical Engineering Press in London, UK

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Semiconductor lasers,
  • Diodes, Semiconductor -- Mathematical models

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementJohn Carroll, James Whiteaway & Dick Plumb.
SeriesIEE Circuits, devices and systems series ;, 10
ContributionsWhiteaway, James., Plumb, Dick.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTA1700 .C367 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationxxv, 412 p. :
Number of Pages412
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL63229M
ISBN 100852969171, 0819426601
LC Control Number99159948

Distributed Feedback Semiconductor Lasers This text covers the materials, operation and design strategies of DFB lasers. It provides detailed accounts of large-signal time-domain numerical modeling techniques, which can be extended to optical systems and . Physics of Semiconductor Lasers. Book • Authors: Structures of Distributed Feedback Lasers. Book chapter Full text access. 6 - Structures of Distributed Feedback Lasers Written for readers who have some background in solid state physics but do not necessarily possess any knowledge of semiconductor lasers, this book provides a. Provides a multi-faceted approach to explaining the theories behind semiconductor lasers, utilizing mathematical examples, illustrations and written theoretical presentations; Offers a balance of relevant optoelectronic topics, with specific attention given to distributed feedback lasers, growth techniques and waveguide cavity design.   Semiconductor lasers: Fundamentals and applications is a comprehensive review of this vital technology. Part one introduces the fundamentals of semiconductor lasers, beginning with key principles before going on to discuss photonic crystal lasers, high power semiconductor lasers and laser beams, and the use of semiconductor lasers in ultrafast Author: Alexei Baranov.

distributed feedback (DFB) laser. In , a new type of semiconductor laser that did not have a built-in p-n junction was demonstrated [3]. These lasers, called Quantum Cascade Lasers (QCLs) operate on intersubband transitions and utilize electron tunneling to achieve population inversion in the conduction band of the semiconductor Size: 1MB. He is one of the demostraters of cascaded DFB lasers for tunable laser applications. He provided the design and simulation of the active layers for um, um, and um wavelength semiconductor distributed feedback (DFB) lasers. He gave a novel approach idea to improve the yield of single-mode operation, which was demonstrated. Most distributed-feedback lasers are either fiber lasers or semiconductor lasers, operating on a single resonator mode (→ single-frequency operation). In the case of a fiber laser, the distributed reflection occurs in a fiber Bragg grating, typically with . A laser diode, (LD), injection laser diode (ILD), or diode laser is a semiconductor device similar to a light-emitting diode in which a diode pumped directly with electrical current can create lasing conditions at the diode's junction.: 3 Laser diodes can directly convert electrical energy into light. Driven by voltage, the doped p-n-transition allows for recombination of an electron with a hole.

Multidirectionally distributed feedback photonic crystal lasers Article in Physical Review B 65(19) April with 41 Reads How we measure 'reads'. A distributed feedback fiber laser made of highly Er-Yb codoped phosphate glass fiber has been demonstrated experimentally. Efficient pump absorption allows for multimode pumping into the cladding of the active fiber. Output powers up to mW have been achieved. The 35 mm long fiber laser device emits with >50 dB side mode suppression ratio. Time-delay signature suppression in a chaotic semiconductor laser by fiber random grating induced distributed feedback. Yanping Xu,1 Mingjiang Zhang,1,2 Liang Zhang,1 Ping Lu,3 Stephen Mihailov,3 and Xiaoyi Bao1,*. 1Department of Physics, University of Ottawa, 25 Templeton Street, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6N5, CanadaCited by: distributed feedback lasers,quantum dot lasers,III-V semiconductors,indium compounds,chirp modulation,electro-optical modulation,electroabsorption,elemental semiconductors,gallium arsenide,intensity modulation,laser beams,laser feedback,laser noise,molecular beam epitaxial growth,optical communication equipment,optical losses,self-assembly.

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It provides a thorough analysis of the operation and design of DFB semiconductor lasers, a high-level tutorial discussion, and a full account. Electrically pumped, surface‐emitting distributed feedback lasers were for the first time demonstrated without any facet reflections.

The devices contained second‐order gratings etched into a thin p‐AlGaAs cladding layer by: Distributed Feedback Laser Diodes and Optical Wavelength Tunable Filters deals with the advances in optical fibre based communication systems that have played a crucial role in the development of the information highway.

By offering a single mode oscillation and narrow spectral output, distributed feedback (DFB) semiconductor laser diodes offer excellent optical light Format: Hardcover. Advances in optical fibre based communications systems have played a crucial role in the development of the information highway.

By offering a single mode oscillation and narrow spectral output, distributed feedback (DFB) semiconductor laser diodes offer excellent optical light sources as well as optical filters for fibre based communications and dense.

The semiconductor-diode laser --Gain, loss and spontaneous emission --Principles of modelling guided waves --Optical energy exchange in guides --Basic principles of lasers with distributed feedback --More advanced distributed feedback laser design --Numerical modelling for DFB lasers --Future devices, modelling and systems analysis --Maxwell.

Distributed feedback (DFB) semiconductor lasers emit light in a single mode which is essential to providing the carrier in long haul high bit-rate optical communication systems. This comprehensive research monograph provides: thorough analysis of the operation and design of DFB lasers; a high level of tutorial discussion with many valuable.

Distributed feedback semiconductor lasers Plumb, Dick, Carroll, John E., Whiteaway, James Concentrating on presenting a thorough analysis of DFB lasers from a level suitable for research students, this book emphasises and gives extensive coverage of. The typical scheme of an optical fiber amplifier is shown in Fig.

4 together with the measuring apparatus comprising a signal DFB (distributed feedback) laser diode at μm and a detector diode feeding a spectrum analyzer. A pumping diode at μm provides the energy for the amplifier.

An optical isolator and slanted connectors (with small angles) avoid any optical. This book also: Provides a multi-faceted approach to explaining the theories behind semiconductor lasers, utilizing mathematical examples, illustrations and written theoretical presentations Offers a balance of relevant optoelectronic topics, with specific attention given to distributed feedback lasers, growth techniques and waveguide cavity.

The effect of external optical feedback on resonant frequency, threshold gain, and spectral linewidth of distributed feedback (DFB) semiconductor lasers is theoretically analyzed. The analysis applies to any type of laser cavity formed by a corrugated waveguide limited by partially reflecting facets.

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Ghafouri-Shiraz B. Lo University of Birmingham, UK Advances in optical fibre-based communications systems have played a crucial role in the development of the information highway. By offering a single mode oscillation and narrow spectral output, distributed feedback (DFB) semiconductor laser diodes.

Fabrication of gratings inside lasers 22 Some principal forms of grating laser 25 The distributed Bragg reflector laser 25 The distributed feedback (DFB) laser 26 More complex grating-based lasers 28 Summary 30 Bibliography 31 Semiconductor lasers 31 Optical communication systems   Principles of Distributed Feedback Semiconductor Laser Diodes: Coupled Wave Theory.

Ghafouri–Shiraz. Basic Principles of Semiconductor Lasers. Coupled Wave Equations in Distributed Feedback Semiconductor Laser Diodes. Coupling Coefficient. Summary. distributed feedback (DFB) laser A laser system in which feedback is used to make certain modes in the resonator oscillate more strongly than others.

In semiconductor lasers, a periodic corrugation in the active layer replaces the cleaved end mirrors, and the grating spacing is. The semiconductor-diode laser 2. Gain, loss and spontaneous emission 3.

Principles of modelling guided waves 4. Optical energy exchange in guides 5. Basic principles of lasers with distributed feedback 6.

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The First Semiconductor Lasers. The earliest semiconductor diode lasers [1 4] were straightforward p-n homojunctions formed in crystalline blocks of gallium arsenide (GaAs), or GaP x As 1-x [4], with typical dimensions of the order of a few hundred microns.

In such lasers, two opposing parallel facets provide reflective optical feedback, hence forming a Fabry-Perot. 2 Principles of Distributed Feedback Semiconductor Lasers: Coupled-Wave Theory 33 Introduction 33 Basic Principle of Lasers 34 Absorption and emission of radiation 34 The Einstein relations and the concept of population inversion 36 Dispersive properties of atomic transitions The principles and structures of Surface-emitting Distributed-feedback Bragg(SE-DFB) semiconductor lasers, especially curved-grating coupled.

Epilogue: Trends in Optical Transmission and the Impact on DFB Lasers. Future Directions in Design and Manufacturing of DFB Lasers. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Examining distributed feedback (DFB) laser diodes, this title covers the underlying theory, commercial applications, necessary design criteria and future direction of this.

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,Brand: Springer US.

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Since the first edition of this book was published inthe photonics landscape has evolved considerably and so has the role of distributed feedback (DFB) laser diodes. Although tunable laser diodes continue to be introduced in advanced optical communication systems, DFB laser diodes are still widely applied in many deployed systems.

Semiconductor Optoelectronics (Farhan Rana, Cornell University) Chapter 13 Distributed Feedback (DFB) Structures and Semiconductor DFB Lasers Distributed Feedback (DFB) Gratings in Waveguides Introduction: Periodic structures, like the DBR mirrors in VCSELs, can be also realized in a waveguide, as shownFile Size: KB.

It is therefore desirable to devise means for a semiconductor laser to emit light predominantly in a single longitudinal mode even under high-speed modulation. Such Lasers are referred to as single-frequency or single-longitudinal-mode Lasers and in view of their potential application in optical communication systems were studied extensively Cited by: 3.Handbook of Distributed Feedback Laser Diodes.

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Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books.Distributed‐feedback Ga 1−x Al x As lasers with a channeled‐substrate‐planar structure are fabricated.

They operate in single transverse and longitudinal modes. No spectral broadening or excess noise is observed under high‐frequency modulation as a result of mode by: