Abbreviated Journal Title
Appl. Phys. Lett.
Hot-Hole Laser; Operation; Physics; Applied
Active mode locking of the far-infrared p-Ge laser giving a train of 200 ps pulses is achieved via gain modulation by applying an rf electric field together with an additional bias at one end of the crystal parallel to the Voigt-configured magnetic field. Harmonic mode locking yields a train of pulse pairs with variable time separation from zero to half the roundtrip period, where pulse separation is electrically controlled by the external bias to the rf field.
Applied Physics Letters
Muravjov, A. V.; Strijbos, R. C.; Fredricksen, C. J.; Withers, S. H.; Trimble, W.; Pavlov, S. G.; Shastin, V. N.; and Peale, R. E., "Pulse separation control for mode-locked far-infrared p-Ge lasers" (1999). Faculty Bibliography 1990s. 2756.