Abstract

A single-mode GaAlAs diode laser with over 90% output-coupling power and a large frequency-scanning range is reported. Based on grating feedback in the Littrow configuration, it is demonstrated that, with weak feedback (1.5 × 10−3 in this experiment), over a 7.5-GHz continuous tuning range can be achieved around tuning gaps of free-running operation. A frequency self-locking effect is also demonstrated in this system.

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