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How does external feedback cause AlGaAs-based diode lasers to degrade?

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  • The Effect Of External Feedback On The Degradation Of 808 Nm Emitting Algaas-Based High-Power Broad-
  • For This Purpose
  • Early Stages Of Gradual Degradation Are Induced By Accelerated Aging At High Power Levels
  • While The Quantum Well That Actually Experiences The Highest Total Optical Load Remains Unaffected
  • Severe Impact By Point Defects Is Observed On The Cladding Layers And The Waveguide
  • Extended Defects Such As Dislocations
  • However
  • Are Not Observed In Such Early Stages Of Degradation
  • Which Are Accompanied By Gradual Power Loss Of A Few Percent Only

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How does external feedback cause AlGaAs-based diode lasers to degrade? - DTU Orbit (26/04/14) How does external feedback cause AlGaAs-based diode lasers to degrade? - DTU Orbit (26/04/14) Hempel, Martin et al."How does external feedback cause AlGaAs-based diode lasers to degrade?". Applied Physics Letters. 2013, 102(2). 023502. Available: 10.1063/1.4775681

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