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    題名: Experimental Observations of Dual-Polarization Oscillations in Laser-Diode-Pumped Wide-Aperture Thin-Slice Nd:GdVO4 Lasers
    Authors: 何明宗;柯景元
    J. Y. Ko;C. C. Lin;K. Otsuka;Y. Miyasaka;K. Kamikariya;K. Nemoto;Ming-Chung Ho;I-Min Jiang
    貢獻者: 物理系
    Date: 2007
    Issue Date: 2010-11-11 09:06:11 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Dual-polarization oscillations (DPO) on different transitions have been observed for the first time in a mirror-coated thin-slice Nd:GdVO4 laser possessing a large fluorescence anisotropy with laser-diode (LD) pumping. Oscillation spectra, input-output characteristics, pump-dependent pattern formations and noise power spectra are studied experimentally. Simultaneous oscillations of orthogonally-polarized different (higher-order) transverse modes and the resultant violation of inherent antiphase dynamics in multimode lasers have been demonstrated. The experimental results have been explained in terms of the reduced three-dimensional cross-saturation of population inversions among orthogonally-polarized modes peculiar to LD-pumped wide-aperture anisotropic lasers, in which a pumped area is larger than a lasing beam diameter.
    關聯: Optics Express / Vol. 15, Issue 3, P.945-954
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    [物理系] 何明宗
    [物理系] 柯景元

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