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Quantum Cascade Lasers by Vasilios N. Stavrou (ed.)

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Quantum Cascade Lasers
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535130628
Number of pages: 116

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The calculations on the band structure of cascade lasers and on the electronic band structure of QCL under the existence of an applied electric field are presented. A detailed investigation of electrical and optoelectronic properties of multiple-quantum-well structure is carried out. A theoretical study on the intensity noise characteristics of quantum-cascade lasers under the external noncoherent optical injection is carried out.

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