Laser-mode anticompetition is observed in a quantum-dot laser. The laser is operated at 1168.5nm and 1262.3nm wavelength simultaneously using a grating-controlled external cavity. Increasing the power of 1168.5nm, the power of 1262.3nm also increases.

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