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Categories: Semiconductor lasers, American inventions, Terahertz technology
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Quantum cascade laser  Fabry–Perot laser  QC laser  Quantum cascade lasers
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Quantum cascade lasers are semiconductor lasers that emit in the mid- to far-infrared portion of the electromagnetic spectrum and were first demonstrated by Jerome Faist, Federico Capasso, Deborah Sivco, Carlo Sirtori, Albert Hutchinson, and Alfred Cho at Bell Laboratories in 1994. Wikipedia
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Quantum cascade lasers are semiconductor lasers that emit in the mid- to far-infrared portion of the electromagnetic spectrum and were first demonstrated by Jerome Faist, Federico Capasso, Deborah Sivco, Carlo Sirtori, Albert Hutchinson, and Alfred Cho at Bell Laboratories in 1994. Wikipedia
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A laser that operates by analogy with an electronic waterfall, with electrons cascading down a series of small steps emitting a photon at each step. Wiktionary