Abstract

Heterodyne method is used to monitor Brillouin gain spectrum in our slow light system. Accurate continuous Brillouin gain spectrum is obtained and makes tunable laser accessible to adjusting wavelength of signal light into the spectrum region. Maximum 32ns delay is achieved by 600MHz broadband Brillouin gain bandwidth.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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