Chaos control and noise suppression in external-cavity semiconductor lasers

@inproceedings{Kikuchi1997ChaosCA,
  title={Chaos control and noise suppression in external-cavity semiconductor lasers},
  author={Noriyuki Kikuchi and Yun Liu and Junji Ohtsubo},
  year={1997}
}
Feedback-induced chaos and intensity noise enhancement in a laser diode with external optical feedback are studied by computer simulations. The enhancement of relative intensity noise (RIN) that is often observed in experiments is considered as a result of the feedback-induced deterministic chaos and the intensity noise suppression is treated from the viewpoint of chaos control. Especially, the conventional noise suppressing technique known as a high-frequency injection modulation is turned… CONTINUE READING

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