Simple, linear, and safe light control for laser diodes

Mariani, Tullio; Frediani, Carlo; Ascoli, Cesare
June 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jun97, Vol. 68 Issue 6, p2594
Academic Journal
Describes a simple but useful technique for feedback stabilization and modulation of diode lasers. Interposition of an optoelectronic coupler between laser diode and feedback amplifier; Schematic design of the optocoupler-controlled solid state laser.


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