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000131303 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1007/BF01418319
000131303 037__ $$aARTICLE
000131303 245__ $$aRate equation approach for diode lasers. II. Steady state solutions for compound systems
000131303 269__ $$a1974
000131303 260__ $$c1974
000131303 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000131303 490__ $$aOpto-Electron. (UK)
000131303 500__ $$aUniv. Berne, Switzerland
000131303 500__ $$aCopyright 1975, IEE
000131303 500__ $$a733371
000131303 500__ $$a0030-4077
000131303 500__ $$asteady state solution
000131303 500__ $$arate equation approach
000131303 500__ $$adiode lasers
000131303 500__ $$acompound systems
000131303 500__ $$alight output powers
000131303 500__ $$asemiconductor laser diodes
000131303 500__ $$aexternal cavity
000131303 500__ $$aoptical coupled diodes
000131303 500__ $$adrive currents
000131303 500__ $$acoupling coefficient
000131303 500__ $$apower law dependence
000131303 500__ $$aoptical gain
000131303 500__ $$aelectron density
000131303 500__ $$aspontaneous emission
000131303 500__ $$aamplified light field
000131303 520__ $$aFor pt. I, see ibid., vol.6, 451 (1974). The light output powers of a semiconductor laser diode within an external cavity and of two optical coupled diodes are evaluated as a function of the system parameters (drive currents and coupling coefficient). A power law dependence between optical gain and electron density has been assumed and spontaneous emission into the amplified light field is taken into account in this approach. Analytical approximations are evaluated for the photon number within the diode cavity. With the exception of a small region near threshold there is good agreement between approximations and numerically calculated photon numbers. The theoretical results are compared with experimental data and good quantitative agreement is found in both cases, the diode in the external cavity and the optical coupled diodes
000131303 6531_ $$alaser theory
000131303 6531_ $$asemiconductor lasers
000131303 700__ $$aSalathe, R.
000131303 700__ $$aVoumard, C.
000131303 700__ $$aWeber, H.
000131303 773__ $$j6$$tOpto-Electronics$$k6$$q457-63
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