Abstract

The effect of gain suppression on amplitude squeezing with a Fabry–Perot semiconductor laser is studied with a semiclassical model. A strong decrease of the internal amplitude noise and an optimum biasing point with minimum amplitude noise are demonstrated. Small gain nonlinearities improve external compression.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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