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### OPTI 380A Lab 1 Semiconductor Light Sources - Prelab Study Guide-1

Course: OPTICS 380a, Spring 2010
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Study Prelab Guide Use this Study guide to prepare for the laboratory and for Mini Quizzes (1) Draw a LI curve of a semiconductor laser. Label the axis and location of the laser threshold. What is the typical semiconductor laser threshold of an NEC laser diode? (2) You inject a 100mA current into a semiconductor laser. This current can be converted to number of injected electron per second (1 A is 1 Coulomb per...

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Study Prelab Guide Use this Study guide to prepare for the laboratory and for Mini Quizzes (1) Draw a LI curve of a semiconductor laser. Label the axis and location of the laser threshold. What is the typical semiconductor laser threshold of an NEC laser diode? (2) You inject a 100mA current into a semiconductor laser. This current can be converted to number of injected electron per second (1 A is 1 Coulomb per second and 1 electron is 1.6x10-19 Coulomb). How many electrons are you injecting into the semiconductor per sec? A photon is emitted when an electron and a hole are combined. If we assume that the laser is above threshold and that 80% of the electron and hole are recombined to emit as light. How many photons are emitted second? per What is the output light power if the wavelength is 670nm? (3) Does the laboratory LED or LD have higher radiance? Why? (4) Draw the far field pattern of a typical NEC NDL3220 semiconductor laser. How do you convert this to a circular Gaussian beam? (5) A NEC diode has a beam divergence of 8 deg in one direction and 30 deg in the perpendicular direction. What is the minimum numerical aperture of a lens that can be used to collimate the output of the diode without appreciable clipping of the beam? (6) The output spectrum of a laser diode is shown below. Why are multiple peaks present in the spectrum, and what does each peak represent? OPTI 380A Lab 1: Semiconductor Lasers I OPTI 380A Lab 1: Semiconductor Lasers I
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OPTI 380ALAB #1 Semiconductor Light SourcesWARNING: In all experiments, stay below the maximum current rated for the LD (35mA)!(1) Physical and power characteristics a. LED i. Observe a reference marker under the microscope in order to scale dimensions
Arizona - OPTICS - 380a
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Arizona - OPTICS - 380a
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Arizona - OPTICS - 380a
Revision 9/2/2010OPTICS 380A DETECTORSIntroduction This lab deals with a variety of photo detectors. A photo detector converts optical energy into observable signal and is used in numerous scientific and technical applications. There are two general cat
Arizona - OPTICS - 380a
OPTI 380A Intermediate Optics Lab 4: Wave MotionTom Milster Professor, College of Optical Sciences, University of Arizona milster@arizona.eduPendulum9/20/2010OPTI380A Lab 4: Wave Motion21Electromagnetic Waves9/20/2010OPTI380A Lab 4: Wave Motion3
Arizona - OPTICS - 380a
Revision 9/15/2010OPTICS 380A Lab 4: Wave Motion ProceduresBe sure to answer questions associated with each section and additional questions before Appendix A.Part A: WATER WAVES IN A RIPPLE TANKUse the ripple tank to create water waves. With referenc
Arizona - OPTICS - 380a
OPTI 380A Intermediate Optics Lab 5: Linear PolarizationTom Milster Professor, College of Optical Sciences, University of Arizona milster@arizona.eduLinearly Polarized EM Wave9/24/2010OPTI380A - Lab 5: Linear Polarization21Polarizers! A polarizer
Arizona - OPTICS - 380a
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Arizona - OPTICS - 380a
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OPTI 380A Intermediate Optics Lab 1: Semiconductor Light SourcesTom Milster Professor, College of Optical Sciences, University of Arizona milster@arizona.eduLight Emitting Diode (LED)!Forward Bias+Cathode (n) Anode (p)27/27/2010OPTI380A - Lab 1:
Arizona - OPTI - 380
Prelab Study Guide Use this Study guide to prepare for the laboratory and for Mini Quizzes (1) Draw a LI curve of a semiconductor laser. Label the axis and location of the laser threshold. What is the typical semiconductor laser threshold of an NEC laser
Arizona - OPTI - 380
OPTI 380ALAB #1 Semiconductor Light SourcesWARNING: In all experiments, stay below the maximum current rated for the LD (35mA)!(1) Physical and power characteristics a. LED i. Observe a reference marker under the microscope in order to scale dimensions
Arizona - OPTI - 380
OPTI 380A Intermediate Optics Lab 2: DetectorsTom Milster Professor, College of Optical Sciences, University of Arizona milster@arizona.eduWhat is an Optical Detector?! An optical detector produces an electrical signal that is proportional to the amoun
Arizona - OPTI - 380
Revision 9/10/2010OPTICS 380A Lab 3: CD-DVDIntroduction The purpose of this laboratory is to learn about the operation of a CD-DVD drive by taking one apart. Each lab group is given a fully assembled drive and your team must disassemble the drive. Lab p
Arizona - OPTI - 380
Revision 9/2/2010OPTICS 380A DETECTORSIntroduction This lab deals with a variety of photo detectors. A photo detector converts optical energy into observable signal and is used in numerous scientific and technical applications. There are two general cat
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OPTI 380A Intermediate Optics Lab 4: Wave MotionTom Milster Professor, College of Optical Sciences, University of Arizona milster@arizona.eduPendulum9/20/2010OPTI380A Lab 4: Wave Motion21Electromagnetic Waves9/20/2010OPTI380A Lab 4: Wave Motion3
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Revision 9/15/2010OPTICS 380A Lab 4: Wave Motion ProceduresBe sure to answer questions associated with each section and additional questions before Appendix A.Part A: WATER WAVES IN A RIPPLE TANKUse the ripple tank to create water waves. With referenc
Arizona - OPTI - 380
OPTI 380A Intermediate Optics Lab 5: Linear PolarizationTom Milster Professor, College of Optical Sciences, University of Arizona milster@arizona.eduLinearly Polarized EM Wave9/24/2010OPTI380A - Lab 5: Linear Polarization21Polarizers! A polarizer
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OPTI 380A Intermediate Optics Lab 6: Waveplates and Stokes VectorsTom Milster Professor, College of Optical Sciences, University of Arizona milster@arizona.eduLinearly Polarized EM Wave10/1/2010OPTI380A - Lab 6: Waveplates and Stokes Vectors21Vario
Arizona - OPTI - 380
Revision 10/1/2010OPTICS 380A Lab 6: Waveplates and Stokes VectorsBe sure to answer the additional questions at the end of the procedures.Part A: Half-Wave Plate (HWP) and Quarter-Wave Plate (QWP)Use two linear polarizers (one as a polarizer, the othe
Arizona - OPTI - 380
OPTI 380A Intermediate Optics Lab 7: InterferenceTom Milster Professor, College of Optical Sciences, University of Arizona milster@arizona.eduPlane WavesU (r , t ) # U 0 e j ( k ! r !&quot;t ) zWave fronts \$ k . Max separation between planes = %. U 0 \$ k
Arizona - OPTI - 380
OPTI 380A Intermediate Optics Lab 8: Division of Wavefront (Michelson Interferometer)Tom Milster Professor, College of Optical Sciences, University of Arizona milster@arizona.eduTwo Vector Plane Waves -Dynamics(Time Domain Dynamics) For !1= !2 , &quot;# = 0
Arizona - OPTI - 380
Revision 10/7/2010OPTICS 380A Lab 7: Interference PrelabQuestions to consider in your preparation: (1) What are the differences between interference by division of wavefront and interference by division of amplitude? (2) In Youngs double slit experiment
Arizona - OPTI - 380
Revision 10/7/2010OPTICS 380A Lab 7: InterferenceBe sure to answer the additional questions at the end of the procedures.Part A: Youngs Double Slit Interferometer (YDSI)We will use this experiment as an example of a real-world problem in acceptance te
Arizona - OPTI - 380
OPTI380A Prelab Questions 1. For an ideal silicon photodiode with unity efficiency, calculate the expected output current for incident wavelengths of 0.438 !m and 0.91 !m for input flux levels of 1 mW and 1 !W. You should have a total of four answers for
Arizona - OPTI - 380
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Arizona - OPTI - 380
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