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Lasers With Distributed Loss Have Sublinear Power Output

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Abstract

We provide a simple explanation for why laser media with distributed loss should have a sublinear output power characteristic. This understanding clarifies the role of long-range spatial hole burning in reducing the efficiency of semiconductor lasers, and is essential for optimizing power output.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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