Abstract

We report octave spanning frequency combs generated by self-injection locking a distributed feedback laser to a Kerr microresonator. This method benefits from mitigated thermal transients and eliminates an optical isolator which simplifies photonic integration. ©2020 The Author(s)

© 2020 The Author(s)

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