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18 November 2008Chaotic output signal self-correlation characteristics of optical feedback semiconductor lasers under optical injection
Based on the theory describing the optical feedback semiconductor lasers (SLs) under optical injection, the
effects of the feedback strength and delay time, injected strength and frequency detuning on the self-correlation
performance of the output chaotic signal are investigated. The results show that the full-width at half-maximum
(FWHM) and peak sidelobe level (PSL) of the output self-correlation function is critically dependent on
parameters related to injection and feedback. By reasonably selecting the parameters, the self-correlation
function with 0.02ns FWHM can be obtained, which is prior to reported results.
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Yan Fan, Guang-qiong Xia, Zong-Min Leng, Xue-Min Jiao, Yin-Chuan Zhao, Zheng-Mao Wu, "Chaotic output signal self-correlation characteristics of optical feedback semiconductor lasers under optical injection," Proc. SPIE 7135, Optoelectronic Materials and Devices III, 713534 (18 November 2008);