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Integrated device with three mutually coupled DFB lasers for tunable, narrow linewidth, mm-wave signal generation

Soldo, Marco and Zanola, Marco and Strain, Michael J and Sorel, Marc and Giuliani, Guido (2010) Integrated device with three mutually coupled DFB lasers for tunable, narrow linewidth, mm-wave signal generation. In: 2010 conference on lasers and electro-optics (CLEO) and quantum electronics and laser science conference (QELS), proceedings. IEEE. ISBN 9781557528902

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Abstract

An integrated monolithic device where two DFB lasers are phase-locked via mutual injection, assisted by a Four-Wave-Mixing process that takes place in an auxiliary DFB, generates a spectrally pure tunable mm-wave signal.