Self-pulsing, spectral bistability, and chaos in a semiconductor laser diode with

Chang-Hee Lee; Sang-Yung Shin
March 1993
Applied Physics Letters;3/1/1993, Vol. 62 Issue 9, p922
Academic Journal
Examines the spectral bistability and chaos of a semiconductor laser diode with optoelectronic feedback. Basis on the rate-equation model; Dependence of bistable region on the closed loop gain of the system; Details on the optical pulses and repetition rate of the laser diode.


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