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Low-Frequency Relative Intensity Noise due to Nonlinear Mode Competition in InGaAsP–InP Microring Lasers

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An enhanced low frequency relative intensity noise due to mode hopping induced from the asymmetric gain suppression in InGaAsP-InP microring lasers, is observed experimentally for the first time. The experimental results are in good agreement to those predicted by a multimode model based on the rate equation approximation accounting for both symmetric and asymmetric nonlinear gain suppression

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IEEE Photonics Technology Letters  (Volume:18 ,  Issue: 18 )