Abstract

Fabry–Perot InAs quantum-dot lasers grown on GaAs substrates are mutually coupled with a delay of several nanoseconds. Stable phase-locked output with narrow linewidth is obtained when the frequency detuning between the two lasers is less than 4GHz. This simple locking scheme could find application in a variety of photonics applications.

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