Studies of the Physical Phenomena Limiting the Temperature Performance of GaSb and InAs Based Lasers Operating in Range of 2 micrometers to 4 micrometers
Final technical rept. 1 Dec 1997-30 Nov 2000
STATE UNIV OF NEW YORK AT STONY BROOK DEPT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
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Our project was aimed at finding solutions to one of the urgent problems facing mid-infrared laser development, namely, creating high-efficiency 2.3 micrometers and 3.3 micrometers electrical laser sources operating at room temperature. These lasers are essential for chemical sensing for pollution monitoring, leak detection, chemical process control, countermeasures against heat seeking missiles, IR illumination and can be used to engage terrestrial targets from space.
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Lasers and Masers