Abstract

2.3 dB of amplitude squeezing has been observed in a semiconductor laser with light injection from a single-mode semiconductor laser to one of the longitudinal modes of the slave laser. The slave laser operates as a semiconductor laser amplifier and oscillates at the injected mode, which differs from the free-running oscillation modes.

© 1996 Optical Society of America

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