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Title: SIMULATION OF INHOMOGENEOUS BROADENING AND MODE-BEATING EFFECTS IN SEMICONDUCTOR LASERS.
Authors: Chua, S.J. 
Loh, W.H.
Issue Date: Aug-1988
Citation: Chua, S.J.,Loh, W.H. (1988-08). SIMULATION OF INHOMOGENEOUS BROADENING AND MODE-BEATING EFFECTS IN SEMICONDUCTOR LASERS.. IEE proceedings. Part J, Optoelectronics 135 (4) : 310-317. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: A model is proposed in which the conduction band is discretised into energy intervals corresponding to longitudinal-mode separations for the simulation of inhomogeneous broadening and mode beating effects in semiconductor lasers. Four first-order relaxation processes are proposed to take account of intraband relaxations, and mode beating is included as a separate nonlinear gain term in the rate equations. In addition to the usual results of spectral-hole burning, single longitudinal-mode stabilisation and increased damping of relaxation oscillations, the model also accounts for the excitation of nonadjacent longitudinal modes experimentally observed at high bias in narrow planar-stripe lasers and the temperature dependence of spectral behaviour in CSP lasers.
Source Title: IEE proceedings. Part J, Optoelectronics
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/62771
ISSN: 02673932
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