Advanced Materials and Nano Systems: Theory and Experiment - Part 2

An Exploratory Study on Characteristics of SWIRL of AlGaAs/GaAs in Advanced Bio based Nanotechnological Systems

Author(s): Pyare Lal * .

Pp: 18-33 (16)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815049961122020006

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


The most prominent aim of this innovative research book chapter has been to study an optimised exploration of characteristics of SWIRL (Short Wave Infra-Red Light) of AlGaAs/GaAs heterogeneous type nanostructure under various GRINSLs (Graded Refractive Index Nano Scale Layers) in advanced bio-based nanotechnological systems. Under this optimised exploration, the simulating performances of SWIRL gain enhancement with wavelengths of light photons for various GRINSLs have been systematically calculated. Other important parameters like SWIRL modal confinement gain with current densities per unit cm2, SWIRL differential gain and parameter of antiguiding with carriers per unit cm3 have been computed. In the innovative investigation through the results, the highest value of SWIRL gain has been achieved at the wavelength ~ 830 nm. The SWIR light of wavelength ~ 830 nm has mostly been utilised in the optimization of a proper combination of higher penetrating abilities and cellular type interactions. Hence, this wavelength’s SWIRL source has also been used in the treatment of wound, pain and various types of sensitive skin diseases by using the FONSCs (Fibre Optic Nano Scale Cables) through the TIRPs (Total Internal Reflection Processes) without any attenuation in dB/Km due to diminished scattering, dispersion and absorptions in the nanotechnological biosciences and medical sciences. Moreover, this SWIRL of wavelength ~ 830 nm has provided the most fabulous role in the proper controlling of inflammation, oedema as well as infections of various bacteria in advanced bio-based nanotechnological systems.

Keywords: AlGaAs, Change in indices of refraction, Differential SWIRL gain, GaAs, GRINSLs, Modal SWIRL confinement gain, Net peak SWIR gain, SWIRL gain, SWIRL output power, SWIRL parameter of antiguiding, SWIRL loss.

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