Yariv, A. and Singer, J. R. and Kemp, J. (1959) Radiation Damping Effects in Two Level Maser Oscillators. Journal of Applied Physics, 30 (2). p. 265. ISSN 0021-8979 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:YARjap59
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Several experiments [1,2] have noted recently that when an inverted two-level spin system was permitted to radiate spontaneously, the resulting oscillation was characterized by an appreciable amplitude modulation. The phenomenon was first believed to be the result of interference of different spin packets in an inhomogeneously broadened spectrum . A theoretical analysis (which will be reported separately) shows that this is not the case. The spins are not independent but are coupled together by means of their radiation field. This explanation has since been by its original authors.
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