Abstract

Intracavity four-wave mixing in single-mode diode lasers operating above threshold is shown to phase conjugate optical path differences. This capability, in conjunction with observed conjugate reflectivities in excess of 104, makes diode-laser conjugators an attractive and potentially monolithically integratable conjugator technology for semiconductor optoelectronics.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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