Yariv, Amnon (1960) Spontaneous Emission from an Inverted Spin System. Journal of Applied Physics, 31 (4). pp. 740-741. ISSN 0021-8979 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:YARjap60
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This paper summarizes the results of calculations made in an attempt to explain the origin of the observed modulation effects in two-level maser experiments [1,2]. In a spontaneously oscillating spin system any transverse magnetization, which couples rf power out of the spin system, which is due to the presence of a transverse rf field, which is in turn induced by the transverse magnetization. Any consideration of the dynamics of the spin system or the build-up of the radiation field must consequently treat the two systems simultaneously. Our analysis uses a model first formulated by Bloembergen and Pound , except that our problem is inherently nonlinear  and we cannot make the simplifying assumption Mz = const, which linearizes the the equations of motion, and are forced to have rescourse to an IBM 704.
|Additional Information:||Copyright © 1960 American Institute of Physics (Received December 16, 1959) The author is indebted to J. P. Gordon for some helpful discussions and to Miss J. Liu for carrying out the numerical computation.|
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