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by F. K. Kneubuhl

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F. K. Kneubuhl
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978-3718653508
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Routledge (January 1, 1993)
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A laser is a laser where the whole resonator consists of a. .H. Kogelnik and C. V. Shank, Coupled-wave theory of distributed feedback lasers, J. Appl.

A laser is a laser where the whole resonator consists of a periodic structure, which acts as a distributed reflector in the wavelength range of laser action, and contains a gain medium. Typically, the periodic structure is made with a phase shift in its middle. The result is a single-mode emission at an outmost precise wavelength with an extremely narrow linewidth.

Fritz K. Kneubuhl The first theories on this type of DFB lasers were restricted to small modulations

Distributed feedback (DFB) was first incorporated in dye lasers in 1971,1–3 in solid-state lasers in 1973,4 and in a gas laser in 1979,5–8 . an optically pumped 496-μm CH3F laser with a periodic metal waveguide. The first theories on this type of DFB lasers were restricted to small modulations. 9,10 In principle, theories on linear DFB lasers are based on complex Mathieu and Hill equations. 11 Recently a theory was developed12 which also permits the treatment of strong modulations on the basis of matrix methods. 13 This theory provides dispersion relations, resonance conditions, and threshold gains. of the DFB laser modes.

In the sensor system, two distributed feedback fiber lasers and a mode-locked laser are employed as the sensor array and probe laser, respectively.

This study puts forward the concept of helical distributed feedback (DFB) lasers. Kneubühl: Theory on distributed feedback lasers including strong modulations. The basic features of this new type of laser are derived by group theoretical considerations on cylindrical, circular linear periodic, and helical waveguide and laser structures. It is demonstrated that not only linear periodic structures but also helical structures show Bragg and DFB effects. Microwave and far-infrared experiments on passive helical metal waveguides reveal Bragg resonances in transmission.

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Examining distributed feedback (DFB) laser diodes, this title covers the underlying theory, commercial . in electrical engineering.

Examining distributed feedback (DFB) laser diodes, this title covers the underlying theory, commercial applications. Patrick Vankwikelberge currently works on process engineering in Alcatel's Corporate Business Processes and Information Systems Department.

Laser science or laser physics is a branch of optics that describes the theory and practice of lasers. Laser science is principally concerned with quantum electronics, laser construction, optical cavity design, the physics of producing a population inversion in laser media, and the temporal evolution of the light field in the laser

This title presents the theory of distributed feedback, including standard linear theories such as the use of complex Hill equations (solved by coupled-wave theory or Floquet matrices) and novel formulations based on non-Hermitian spin Hamiltonians and group theory, and nonlinear theories involving either the principle of energy conservation or rate equations. Attention is also paid to the improvement of nonlinear theories by the study of solitons in periodic structures.F.K. Kneubühl is a professor at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, where he works in the Infrared Physics Laboratory