Abstract

We explore the ability of a double phase-conjugate mirror to compensate for thermal, vibrational, and other environmental fluctuations. This property lends itself to the establishment and maintenance of bidirectional optical interconnections. We further introduce a bidirectional interconnection scheme that utilizes two wavelengths.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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