Abstract

The influences of Langevin noise on period doubling (PD) of a strongly modulated distributed-feedback laser have been investigated. The onset of PD was confirmed to be reduced through the use of the rate equations as a model. The threshold values of PD were examined in terms of driving frequency and rf power and have been compared with the measurements of PD.

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