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Low-frequency feedback noise of semiconductor lasers oscillating in a single longitudinal mode

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Optical feedback noise of index-guided semiconductor lasers has been widely investigated. However, conventional index-guided lasers easily oscillate in several longitudinal modes by laser output and carrier density fluctuation. Although a paper was reported on the feedback noise of DFB lasers,1 feedback effects on single-mode oscillating lasers have not been fully clarified.

© 1984 Optical Society of America

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