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Catastrophic degradation of GaAlAs DH laser diodes
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9. at shorter pulsewidth for coated samples could not be measured because of the capacity of our measurement equipment.
10.The similar relation reported by Eliseev (Ref. 5) is in the pulsewidth range 30 nsec–3 μsec. The difference between his result and our result is under consideration. It may be in the thermal characteristics of the samples.
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