Demonstration of calibration-free WMS measurement of gas parameters with in-situ real-time characterization of laser parameters using cw-DFB-QCL, VCSEL and DFB lasers

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Experimental data showing the characterisation of a QCL laser used for the measurement of NO and a comparison of an experimentlly obtained NO signal with a wavelength modulation modelling methodology.
Date made available17 Jun 2016
PublisherUniversity of Strathclyde
Date of data productionSep 2015 - Mar 2016

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    Recovery of absorption line shapes with correction for the wavelength modulation characteristics of DFB lasers

    Benoy, T., Lengden, M., Stewart, G. & Johnstone, W., 4 May 2016, In : IEEE Photonics Journal. 8, 3, 16 p., 1501717.

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    Lengden, M. (Creator), Johnstone, W. (Contributor), Stewart, G. (Contributor), Wilson, D. (Contributor) (17 Jun 2016). Demonstration of calibration-free WMS measurement of gas parameters with in-situ real-time characterization of laser parameters using cw-DFB-QCL, VCSEL and DFB lasers. University of Strathclyde. Figure_6_a_Variation_of_FM_amplitude_along_the_ramp_for_5250_nm_cw_DFB_QCL(.xlsx), Figure_7_Variation_of_tuning_coefficient_of_the_5250_nm_cw_DFB_QCL_with_modulation_frequency(.xlsx), Figure_5_Phase_vs_current_comparison_final_data(.xlsx), Figure_8_Experimental_and_simulated_signals_at_m_2(.xlsx). 10.15129/82e23d9e-4502-4018-900c-a73d497f8a0c