In recent years a dramatic expansion of internet data traffic has been reported[1]. To provide high data rates in two directions via optical fibers, several methods have been developed. Most of them require both at each end a light source to generate the data and a detector to receive the data[2]. Coupled semiconductor lasers - a system of two spatially separated nonlinear oscillators - are receiving major interest, because of a variety of interesting dynamical phenomena including chaos synchronization[3] and injection locking[4]. In order to realize a communication scheme, where the transmitter unites with the receiver, we take advantage of such a coupled injection locked semiconductor laser setup utilizing two 1550 nm discrete mode diode lasers (DL).

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