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Inhomogenous broadening in quantum well lasers

Inhomogenous broadening in quantum well lasers
Inhomogenous broadening in quantum well lasers
The effect of structural inhomogeneities in multi-quantum-well lasers caused by composition and well width fluctuations on the line-shape and gain of the lasers is discussed based on gaussian and uniform distribution models. Quantitative results of wide applicability are deduced. The results show that the structural inhomogeneities will reduce the gain and broaden the lineshape.
1350-4495
37-40
Xin, Z.J.
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Rutt, H.N.
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Xin, Z.J.
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Rutt, H.N.
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Xin, Z.J. and Rutt, H.N. (1999) Inhomogenous broadening in quantum well lasers. Infrared Physics and Technology, 40 (1), 37-40. (doi:10.1016/S1350-4495(98)00035-8).

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Abstract

The effect of structural inhomogeneities in multi-quantum-well lasers caused by composition and well width fluctuations on the line-shape and gain of the lasers is discussed based on gaussian and uniform distribution models. Quantitative results of wide applicability are deduced. The results show that the structural inhomogeneities will reduce the gain and broaden the lineshape.

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Published date: February 1999

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Local EPrints ID: 77797
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/77797
ISSN: 1350-4495
PURE UUID: 6b80b0b7-dada-498e-a83a-5c47c8df23f5

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Date deposited: 11 Mar 2010
Last modified: 17 Jul 2019 00:14

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