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We demonstrate a wavelength monitor and a two-wavelength detector based on two single-quantum-well absorbers that sample a standing wave created by a distributed Bragg reflector. As a wavelength monitor, our device is power independent over a 15 dB range. Wavelength discrimination is linear over a 12 nm range. © 2000 American Institute of Physics.