Abstract

For high-frequency (20–200 GHz) modulated light sources, we developed and investigated two-wavelength lasers using the double alpha-type fiber cavities with fiber grating mirrors. For variations of polarization states and pump powers, parallel alpha-type coupled cavity lasers were found to be more stable than serial lasers.

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