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EE540(S'11)_HW#1

EE540(S'11)_HW#1 - e blue-ray discs f separating uranium...

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EE540 (S’11) Homework #1. 1. Find a commercially available laser model for each of the following applications. Give the power (or energy), the wavelength in nanometers ( nm), and the frequency in Terahertz (THz) for each model . a) fiberoptic communications b) cutting 1 inch steel plate c) demonstration (or lecture) pointer d) range finder for up to 10 miles
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Unformatted text preview: e) blue-ray discs f) separating uranium isotopes 2.Plot the lineshape function g mn ( ν ) of CN Chapter 1 Eqn. (10) for a transition (mn) whose peak frequency is 200 GHz and whose full width at half maximum (FWHM) is 1 GHz for 196 GHz < ν < 204 Ghz and for the following two cases: a) a Lorentzian lineshape b) a Gaussian lineshape. Superpose the two plots....
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