Electron-beam-pumped two-dimensional semiconductor laser array with tilted mirror resonator

Tong, F.; Osgood, R. M.; Sanchez, A.; Daneu, V.
April 1988
Applied Physics Letters;4/18/1988, Vol. 52 Issue 16, p1303
Academic Journal
The spatial and spectral emission characteristics of a two-dimensional CdS laser array, pumped by a high-energy electron beam, have been experimentally investigated. The near-field emission from each cell or array element is found to arise from a virtual line located behind the cell. The results are consistent with a geometric ray model of a tilted mirror resonator.


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