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We experimentally demonstrate the complete synchronization of a semiconductor laser to the injection of a chaotic oscillating optical signal that is generated by a similar semiconductor laser with external optical feedback. The synchronization is characterized by sensitive dependencies on frequency detuning and injection strength and a time lag that varies reversely with the variation of the delay time in the external optical feedback of the master laser. © 2002 American Institute of Physics.