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Superluminescent diode

A superluminescent diode (SLD) is an edge-emitting semiconductor light source based on superluminescence. It combines the high power and brightness of laser diodes with the low coherence of ELED. Its emission band is 20-100 nm. The SLD was invented in 1986 by Gerard A. Alphonse.

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