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Effect of low‐frequency intensity noise on high‐frequency direct modulation of semiconductor injection lasers

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Lau, K.Y. ; Ortel Corporation, 2015 West Chestnut Street, Alhambra, California 91803 ; Blauvelt, H.

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It was experimentally observed that low‐frequency intensity noise in 1.3 μm semiconductor lasers can be translated to high frequencies through beating with a high‐frequency modulation signal, thus imposing a maximum achievable signal/noise ratio. An analysis of this effect using a formalism developed for treating intermodulation distortion yields good agreement with the experimental results.

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Applied Physics Letters  (Volume:52 ,  Issue: 9 )