Photonic generation of wideband chaotic signals with time delay signature elimination is investigated experimentally and numerically based on a semiconductor laser (slave laser) with chaotic optical injection from a master laser. The master laser is subject to moderate optical feedback where the feedback strength and external-cavity length are fixed, while the slave laser stands alone. The experimental results show that wideband chaotic signals with successful time delay concealment can be generated in the slave laser by simply adjusting the coupling strength and frequency detuning between the two lasers. Furthermore, the numerical results are in accordance with the experimental observations. Finally, we propose a simple method for simultaneously generating multiple streams of high-quality chaotic signals using multichaotic lasers, where the time delay is effectively concealed in the autocorrelation function and delayed mutual information calculated from the chaotic time series.