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Microwave Solid-State Masers, A. Siegman McGraw-Hill, An Introduction to Lasers and Masers, A. Lasers, A. Siegman University Science Books, Lasers and Their Applications, I. Kaminow and A. Siegman eds. Book Chapters[ edit ] A. Siegman, P. Belanger and A. Journal Articles[ edit ] D.
Watkins and A. Siegman, "Helix impedance measurements using an electron beam," J. Siegman and H. Electron Devices ED-2, 20, April Johnson, T. Everhart and A. Electron Devices ED-3, 18, January Siegman, "Gain-bandwidth and noise in maser amplifiers," Proc.
IRE 45, December Siegman and D. Electron Devices ED-4, 82, January Siegman, D. Watkins and H. Hsieh, "Density-function calculations of noise propagation on an accelerated multivelocity electron beam," J.
Siegman and S. Electron Devices ED-4, October Siegman, "Analysis of multi-velocity electron beams by the density-function method," J. Butcher, J. Cromack and W. Chang, "Traveling-wave solid-state masers," Proc. IEE , Chang and A. Siegman, "Characteristics of ruby for maser applications," Rev.
Siegman and R. Morris, "Proposal for a staircase maser," Phys. Shaw, A. Watkins, "Reduction of electron beam noisiness by means of a low-potential drift region," Proc. IRE 47, February Siegman, "Phase-distortionless limiting by a parametric method," Proc. IRE 47, March Siegman, "The waves on a filamentary electron beam in a transverse-field slow-wave circuit," J. Siegman, "Entropy and cross-relaxation in spin systems," Phys. Siegman, "Progress in solid-state masers," J. Siegman, "The DC pumped quadrupole amplifiera wave analysis," Proc.
IRE 48, — October Louisell, A. Yariv and A. Siegman, "Quantum fluctuations and noise in parametric processes," Phys. Siegman, "Zero-point energy as the source of amplifier noise," Proc. IRE 49, — March Siegman, "Thermal noise in microwave systems. Noise in high-frequency amplifiers, particularly masers.
Ho and A. Inaba and A. IRE 50, August Harris and A. Devices ED-9, July Siegman, "Nonlinear optical effects: an optical power limiter," Appl. Harris, B. McMurtry and A. Siegman, "Modulation and direct demodulation of coherent and incoherent light at a microwave frequency," Appl.
Mao and A. Siegman, "Small-mirror transverse-mode control and near-field rings in ruby-laser rods," J. Siegman, "Design considerations for laser pulse amplifiers," J. Siegman and B. McMurtry, "Lossless beam combination for optical heterodyning," Proc.
IEEE 52, 94 January Siegman, C. Quate, J. Bjorkholm, and G. Francois, "Frequency translation of an He-Ne lasers output frequency by acoustic output coupling inside the resonant cavity," Appl. Siegman, "A technique for optical frequency translation utilizing the quadratic electro-optic effect in cubic crystals," Appl. Wysocki, A. Kostenbauder, B. Kim and A. Siegman, "Bipolar optical modulation and demodulation using a dual-mode fiber and a fast diffusion-driven photodetector," IEEE J.
Lightwave Technol. LT-7, December Siegman and J. Quantum Electron. QE-1, December Siegman and V. Evtuhov, "Twisted-mode technique for obtaining axially uniform energy density in a laser cavity," Appl. Francois and A.
Siegman, "The effect of gaussian beam spread on phase-velocity matching in CW optical second-harmonic generation," Phys.
A4, July Siegman, "Unstable optical resonators for laser applications," Proc. IEEE 53, March Siegman, "Obtaining the equations of motion for parametrically coupled oscillators or waves," Proc.
IEEE 54, May Siegman, B. Daino and K. QE—3, — May Siegman, "The antenna properties of optical heterodyne receivers," Appl. Siegman, "The antenna properties of optical heterodyne receivers," Proc. IEEE 54, October QE—3, — April
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