High-power strained-layer InGaAs/AlGaAs tapered traveling wave amplifier

Walpole, J.N.; Kintzer, E.S.
August 1992
Applied Physics Letters;8/17/1992, Vol. 61 Issue 7, p740
Academic Journal
Presents a high power strained-layer indium gallium arsenide/aluminum gallium arsenide tapered traveling wave amplifier. Prevention of laser oscillation; Diffraction and propagation of the input beam; Use of a single-frequency titanium:sapphire laser to test the amplifier.


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