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We experimentally investigate the phase dynamics of laser networks with homogenous time-delayed mutual coupling and establish the fundamental rules that govern their state of synchronization. We identified a specific substructure that imposes its synchronization state on the entire network and show that for any coupling configuration the network forms at… (More)
Synchronization in large laser networks with both homogeneous and heterogeneous coupling delay times is examined. The number of synchronized clusters of lasers is established to equal the greatest common divisor of network loops. We experimentally demonstrate up to 16 multicluster phase synchronization scenarios within unidirectional coupled laser networks,… (More)
Geometric frustration, the inability of an ordered system to find a unique ground state plays a key role in a wide range of systems. We present a new experimental approach to observe large-scale geometric frustration with 1500 negatively coupled lasers arranged in a kagome lattice. We show how dissipation drives the lasers into a phase-locked state that… (More)
Two coupled fiber laser arrangements demonstrating isochronal and achronal phase locking with long-time-delayed coupling are presented. Experimental results show that stable phase locking with coupling delay lines as long as 4 km can be obtained and that phase locking can be invariant to the time delay.
The advantages of the device described here are that (1) it produces sharp grid outlines on the film that can be accurately measured, (2) distortion factors can be compensated so that an accurate measurement can be obtained of any bony changes, and (3) the patient is exposed to radiation only once and two films are produced with and without the grid.
New configurations for phase locking several laser beams with intracavity polarization elements are presented. With this configuration we demonstrated efficient phase lock of up to 24 ND:YAG laser beams with only two polarization beam displacers.
Thousands of coherent lasers are phased locked by global and local coupling in order to demonstrate first and second order phase transitions. The measured and calculated phase distribution reveals similar behavior to XY spin model.
A novel configuration for phase locking two ring lasers with self-stabilized minimal exchange of power between them is presented. We show experimentally that losses introduced between the lasers are self compensated in order to maintain minimal power exchange between them. The experimental results are in good agreement with numerical results.
We present systems of two coupled lasers and show experimentally and theoretically that they self-adjust their exchanged power to the minimal power required to phase-lock them, even when loss is inserted between them.