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OPTICAL COUPLING OF ADJACENT STRIPE‐GEOMETRY JUNCTION LASERS
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6.Throughout this paper we denote by “laser” each junction region under a stripe and by “device” the unit containing two lasers as shown in Fig. 1(a).
7.This assumes that the strongest mode in each spectrum corresponds to the same longitudinal mode number and that the length of the lasers is the same. This last assumption is reasonable since the existence of cleavage flaws between the lasers of all devices tested is improbable.
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