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Chirped arrays of diode lasers for supermode control
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8.The wider channels in the structures of Fig. 2 and 3, when isolated, support higher order modes. However, in reality these higher order modes are more lossy due to scattering at the channel boundaries and because of the gain distribution beneath each channel. Therefore, the supermodes presented in Figs. 2 and 3 are only those arising from the coupling of the fundamental channel modes. Of course, in theory, the higher order channel modes could be eliminated by selecting a smaller index step.
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