Abstract

A multimode He–Ne laser can be forced to oscillate in a single mode by injecting a narrow-band signal into the resonator. We show experimentally that the minimum injected intensity required for single-mode operation occurs at an injection frequency detuned from line center. This is in agreement with the results from a semiclassical theory of an inhomogeneously broadened injection-locked laser.

© 1983 Optical Society of America

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