24 September 1987 Monolithic Two-Dimensional Diode Laser Arrays
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Two-dimensional diode laser arrays are being developed for near-term application as efficient incoherent high-power pump sources for solid-state lasers and for uses in the long term as coherent primary sources. A technique for fabricating such arrays has been demonstrated which makes use of small deflecting mirrors integrated with diode laser elements that are formed on a semiconductor wafer surface by lithographic techniques. Monolithic arrays of over 100 elements have been fabricated with good uniformity and a power density over 40 W/cm2 of wafer area.
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J . N. Walpole, J . N. Walpole, Z. L. Liau, Z. L. Liau, V. Diadiuk, V. Diadiuk, } "Monolithic Two-Dimensional Diode Laser Arrays", Proc. SPIE 0783, Laser Radar II, (24 September 1987); doi: 10.1117/12.940576; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.940576
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