Longitudinal field control in stripe-geometry lasers
Electronics Letters, 13, (8), . (doi:10.1049/el:19770172).
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The theory of optical confinement by a gain-guiding mechanism in stripe-geometry lasers has been extended to include the effects of longitudinal inhomogeneity of the optical field and the gain coefficient. A proposal is made for utilising these effects to improve field control and efficiency in lasers with a.r.-coated facets.
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