Abstract

Chaotic synchronization is investigated by use of two diode lasers as transmitter and receiver. The transmitter laser is rendered chaotic by application of optical feedback in an external-cavity configuration. Changes in the spectrum of the synchronized system are shown to be associated with the transition between anticipating and lag synchronization.

© 2002 Optical Society of America

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