Direct modulation of blue radiation from frequency-doubled AlGaAs laser diode using the

Senoh, T.; Fujino, Y.
March 1992
Applied Physics Letters;3/9/1992, Vol. 60 Issue 10, p1172
Academic Journal
Develops a method for modulating frequency-doubled blue radiation from aluminum gallium arsenide laser diodes utilizing the electro-optic effect in a KNbO[sub 3] nonlinear crystal. Achievement of stable blue radiation; Injection of the excited counterpropagating mode into the laser diode; Effect of the electric field on intensity modulation.


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