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Optoelectronic devices; design, modeling, and simulation.


Optoelectronic devices; design, modeling, and simulation.

Li, Xun.

Cambridge U. Press


361 pages




Li (electrical and computer engineering, McMaster U., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada) presents a text designed to bridge the gap between the knowledge of electromagnetic theory, quantum mechanics, and semiconductor physics and optoelectronic device design and modeling. The major topics addressed include the derivation and explanation of governing equations that model the closely coupled physics processes in optoelectronic devices; numerical solution techniques for the governing equations arising from the first section, and how these techniques are jointly applied in device simulation; and real-world design and simulation examples of optoelectronic devices, such as Fabry-Perot and distributed feedback laser diodes, electro-absorption modulators, semiconductor optical amplifiers, superluminescent light emitting diodes, and their monolithic integrations. The text offers researchers, device designers, and graduate students in optoelectronics the numerical techniques to obtain solutions for their own structures.

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