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External cavity modes of semiconductor lasers with phase-conjugate feedback

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  • Thomas Erneux
  • A Gavrielides
  • K Green
  • B Krauskopf
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2003
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Abstract

External cavity modes (ECMs) of a semiconductor laser with phase-conjugate feedback are defined as time-periodic pulsating intensity solutions exhibiting a frequency close to an integer multiple of the external cavity frequency. As the feedback rate progressively increases from zero, they sequentially appear as stable attractors in the bifurcation diagram. We construct a simple analytical approximation of these pulsating intensity solutions and determine their frequencies. We show that branches of ECMs are isolated. Finally, the validity of our approximation is tested by comparing numerical bifurcation diagrams obtained by simulation and continuation techniques with our analytical results.

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Additional information: Later published by American Physical Society, (2003) Physical Review E, 68 (6) article no. 066205. ISSN 1063-651X. Sponsorship: The research of BK is supported by an EPSRC Advanced Research Fellowship grant. Terms of use: ©2003 The American Physical Society

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