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Noise spectra and noise correlation functions of the single-mode laser with a low-Q cavity

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1 Author(s)
Ogawa, T. ; Dept. of Appl. Phys., Tokyo Univ., Japan

The noise characteristics of a single-mode laser with a low-Q cavity are investigated theoretically. After the electric field is adiabatically eliminated from the Maxwell-Bloch equations, coupled Langevin equations with both additive and multiplicative white noises are examined. The equations are solved using Rice's method in a framework of quasilinear Fourier analysis. Noise spectral densities are calculated analytically to study the dependence of the relative intensity noise (RIN) on the pumping. Through an investigation of the auto- and cross-correlations of the light intensity and population noises, their variances are obtained in order to compare their properties to the good-cavity case. The stationary intensity cumulants, the photon counting coefficient, and the photon counting probability are explicitly derived and compared with the results of a Fokker-Planck analysis previously carried out for both the good- and bad-cavity cases

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Quantum Electronics, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:25 ,  Issue: 10 )

Date of Publication:

Oct 1989

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