The possibility of achieving maser operation in semiconductors has been considered theoretically by several workers. It appeared likely that all the requirements for a maser could be fulfilled by the recently developed GaAs diffused diodes, which convert electrical energy to narrow-line infrared radiation with extremely high efficiency. In fact, Hall and coworkers have just reported having obtained coherent radiation from such diodes in pulsed operation at 77°K. Working along independent lines, we have also obtained coherent radiation from GaAs diodes at 77°K and greatly improved performance at 4.2°K...
Primeros láseres de semiconductor.
- Autor/es: T. M. Quist, R. H. Rediker, R. J. Keyes, W. E. Krag, B. Lax, A. L. McWhorter, H. J. Zeiger.
- Fecha: 1962-12
- Publicado en: Applied Physics Letters Volume 1, Issue 4, page 91, december 1962.
- Idioma: Inglés
- Formato: PDF
- Contribución: José Antonio Martín Pereda.
- Palabras clave: Láseres y electroóptica