Dynamic coupling and instability in a resonant superfluorescence
Laser Physics, 5, (4), .
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The instability of superfluorescent decay is found for the sample whose size is comparable with or greater than the resonant wavelength. This instability is associated with the coupling of counterpropagating waves, can inhibit forward emission in the direction of the pump pulse, and even cause the forward emission to be switched off. The semiclassical theory is employed to take into account the effects of phase dynamics for a resonant emitter and without slow envelope approximation
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