HOMEWORK #7 ASSIGNMENT.
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Use Equation (5.13) of HW#5 to predict the output intensity Iout of the laser oscillator model of homeworks #4, #5 and #6 when the cross sectional area of the cylindrical laser beam is D2/4 , and the 100W pu
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EE 540 SYLLABUS Spring 2012 Course Title: University: Credit Given at University: Number of Lectures Hours: Days Class Meets on Campus: Term Normally Offered on Campus: Instructor: Introduction to Quantum Electronics University of Southern Calif
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
EE 540 Class Notes Chapter 2. 2.1. The 4-step method.
Densities Nm of atoms in level (m).
In this Section we will describe the "4-step method" for constructing rate equations for the timedependent (and steady-state) values of the number density Nn of lase
Homework Assignment #10.
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This assignment continues the analysis of Paoli's "laser A " which we studied in homeworks #8 and #9. Assume that the CW output beam power P1 of laser A is 0.08 Watts at
Notes for HW#4 Assignment Refer to the instruction: "You also measure the ratio of the area of the laser fluorescence line to the area of the pump fluorescence line." You do this with the laser beam traversing the laser rod exactly as does the "input beam
EE540 (S'11) HW#12 Assignment.
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When the diode current i(t) to the junction in OII is always less than the threshold current ith , nearly all of the photons emitted from anywhere in the junction are emitted by spontaneous emission from a total of
EE540 CLASS NOTES Introduction Before the invention of the maser and laser in the 1950's, electronics concerned itself with interactions between "free" electrons (electrons not bound to a particular ionic core) and electromagnetic fields, both self-fields
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EE 540 SYLLABUS Spring 2011 Course Title: University: Credit Given at University: Number of Lectures Hours: Days Class Meets on Campus: Term Normally Offered on Campus: Instructor: Introduction to Quantum Electronics University of Southern Calif