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    題名: Burst synchronization in two thin-slice solid-state lasers incoherently coupled face to face
    Authors: 柯景元
    Jing-Yuan Ko;Takayuki Ohtomo;Yoshihiko Miyasaka;Kenju Otsuka;Akane Okamoto
    貢獻者: 物理系
    Date: 2005
    Issue Date: 2010-11-11 09:05:51 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: We studied the dynamic behavior of laser-diode-pumped nonidentical thin-slice solid-state lasers, coupled face to face, with orthogonally polarized emissions. When such an incoherent mutual optical coupling was introduced, the coupled lasers exhibited slow fluctuations of transverse-mode patterns, and isolated lasers exhibited stable transversemode-patterns. When one laser exhibited nonorthogonal multi-transverse-mode operations without coupling, simultaneous random bursts of chaotic relaxation oscillations took place in both lasers over time with coupling. A plausible physical interpretation is proposed in terms of the simultaneous excitation of chaotic relaxation oscillations in both lasers through resonances that stem from interference-induced modulation of one laser at a swept beat frequency of the fluctuating nonorthogonal mode pair. Observed instabilities were well reproduced by numerical simulation of the model equation.
    關聯: Optics Express / Vol. 13, Issue 2, P.358-370
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