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Fully automated narrow-linewidth wavelength tunable semiconductor fiber ring laser with fast wavelength selection

Glesk, Ivan and Xu, Lei and Rand, Darren and Prucnal, Paul R. (2004) Fully automated narrow-linewidth wavelength tunable semiconductor fiber ring laser with fast wavelength selection. In: 2004 IEEE/Sarnoff Symposium on Advances in Wired and Wireless Communication. UNSPECIFIED, pp. 153-156. ISBN 0780382196

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Abstract

We have demonstrated a narrow-linewidth wavelength tunable semiconductor fiber ring laser. Laser has tunability of 40 nm in the 1550 nm region, very narrow linewidth (less than 0.01 nm), 44 dB side mode suppression, and -4.7 dBm output power. The tuning properties and working principles are discussed.