AP7005 QUANTUM ELECTRONICS SYLLABUS 2013 REGULATION

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AP7005                                         QUANTUM ELECTRONICS                            L T P C                                                                                                                               3 0 0 3

OBJECTIVES:- TO

  • know the concepts of EM fields and wave equations.
  • study the types of lasers and its characteristics.
  •  know the various methos of scattering.
  •  learn the concept of Non-linear optics.

UNIT-I           BASIC THEOREMS AND POSTULATES OF QUANTUM MECHANICS       9

Introduction to Quantum Electronics- Résumé of electromagnetic theory-Waveguides-Planar-mirror waveguides-Modes in dielectric slab waveguides-Effective Index Method-Guided wave coupling and interference-Coupled Mode Theory-Directional coupler-Mode coupling in periodic waveguides-Mode interference-The Schrodinger wave equation, some solutions of time independent Schrodinger equation, Matrix formulation of quantum mechanics, Lattice vibration and their quantization, Electromagnetic fields and their quantization.

UNIT II          LASER                                                                                                       9

Gaussian beam in a homogenous medium, Gaussian beam in a lens waveguide, Elliptic Gaussian beams, Optical resonators, Spontaneous and induced transitions, gain coefficient, homogenous and inhomogeneous broadening, Laser oscillations, Semiconductor laser, quantum well laser, modulation of optical radiation, Q switching and Mode locking of laser, Quantum wires and dots, Laser arrays, Concept of super modes, Phase amplitude in laser, Free electron lasers.

UNIT III          NONLINEAR OPTICS                                                                              9

Introduction to nonlinear (NL) optics, 2nd  order NL effects-The nonlinear optical susceptibility tensor, Second harmonic generation, parametric oscillations, parametric amplifiers, Applications–Nonlinear polarization  –physical  origin-Complex  notation,  conservation  laws-Second  Harmonic  Generation,

Birefringence and Quasi- Phase Matching-3rd order NL effects-Self-Phase Modulation, Optical soliton- Stimulated  Raman  Scattering-Electro-optic  (EO)  modulation  of  light-Linear  EO  effect,  Phase retardation-Amplitude, and Phase modulation-Traveling wave modulator

UNIT IV        STIMULATED RAMAN AND BRILLOUIN SCATTERING                            9

Stimulated Raman scattering, Antisokes scattering, stimulated Brillouin scattering, self focusing of optical beams.

UNIT V          NOISE                                                                                                        9

Noise in laser amplifier and oscillator, Laser spectra, Measurements

TOTAL:45 PERIODS

REFERENCES:

  1. Amnon Yariv, “Quantum Electronics”, John Wiley 1989
  2. Max Schubert,   Bernd   Wilhelmi,   “Nonlinear   optics   and   quantum   electronics”,   Wiley- Interscience 1986
  3. D.Marcuse, “Principle of Quantum Electronics”, Cambridge 1980
  4. David Klyshko, “Physical Foundations of Quantum Electronics” , World Scientific 2011
  5. J.T. Verdeyen, “Laser Electronics”, Prentice-Hall 1995
  6. Harisson Paul, “Quantum Wells, Wires and Dots”, Wiley 2011
  7. G.P.Agarwal and   N.K.Dutta,   “Long   Wavelength   Semiconductor   lasers”,   Van   Nostrand Reinhold 1986
  8. A.Yariv, “Optical Electronics”, CBS College Publishing 1984

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