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Emission frequency stability in single-mode-fibre optical feedback controlled semiconductor lasers

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2 Author(s)
Favre, F. ; CNET, LAB-FOG, Lannion, France ; Le Guen, D.

A newly designed semiconductor laser emitter with adjustable linewidth by controlling the coupling to a single-mode fibre is described with emphasis on thermal requirements to obtain a high-frequency stability. A stable operation has been achieved during more than 1 h using an AlGaAs laser diode with optical feedback from a 50 cm-long single-mode fibre resulting in a 50-fold reduction of the spectral linewidth.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:19 ,  Issue: 17 )

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August 18 1983

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