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By Shulian Zhang

This functional e-book summarizes the newest study result of orthogonally polarized lasers, birefringence laser cavities, and their purposes. assurance levels from uncomplicated ideas and applied sciences to the features of other cavities and lasers to varied dimension concepts. a couple of figures, experimental designs, and dimension curves are incorporated, assisting readers achieve an intensive realizing of the numerous functions in sleek engineering and begin their very own projects. Many different types of appropriate lasers (Helium/Neon lasers, Nd:YAG lasers, laser diodes, etc.) also are mentioned.

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Stable laser oscillation means that a laser beam starting from point P can, after traveling a round trip and returning to point P, reproduce itself; that is it remains unchanged, in intensity, polarization, and phase. This is simply the self-consistent condition of laser oscillation. 8). 24)). 28), respectively, yield the threshold condition of laser oscillations. 29) Otherwise if the unsaturated gain factor of the laser amplifier is too small, that is A0 ≺ 1/R the FP reflection system cannot oscillate and will work in the amplifier mode.

Note that the field fractions E 1 , E 2 are fed back into the amplifier and only the holding fields E 1 , E 2 are transmitting the laser mirrors. Systems having closed loop structure are well known in electrical communication, control engineering and laser physics. We conclude here the simplest structure of the laser system is that of a closed-loop system, realized by an optical feedback circuit. The transmission factor T and reflection factor R are handled here in our laser modeling as constant magnitudes, which are independent of the wavelength λ.

2) and therefore they have the same frequency ω and wave number k. For simplicity we have assumed here that the constant phase offset δ of both field components is also identical. 4 below). 6 Orthogonal Polarization in Lasers Assuming the field amplitude E0 to be constant means that the amplitude is independent of the local variables x, y, z, and of time t. 3). Note that in the wave theory of light the intensity is in general the time-averaged product of the complex field and its conjugated field.

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