Abstract

Noise reduction in a multiwavelength distributed Bragg reflector fiber laser was demonstrated. A 20‚ÄČdB reduction of in-phase intensity noise was achieved by using negative feedback to modulate the drive current of the laser pump diode. Strategies for reducing antiphase noise components are discussed.

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