Enhancement of chaotic carrier bandwidth in a semiconductor laser transmitter using self-phase modulation in an optical fiber external round cavity View Full Text


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2010-04

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SenLin Yan

ABSTRACT

A novel method to enhance the bandwidth of a chaotic carrier from a delayed feedback semiconductor laser transmitter is presented using self-phase modulation (SPM) in an optical fiber external round cavity. A physical model of the laser dynamics is established under the condition of optical feedback light with the SPM effect in the fiber path. A formula for frequency detuning of the optical dual-feedback under SPM is theoretically deduced. The results show that the nonlinear phase shift caused by SPM has an impact on the gain and bandwidth enhancement factor of the laser. The second-order nonlinear effect of the fiber enriches the variety of the amplitudes and phases of the laser while the nonlinear phase shift produces a number of new frequencies, which can spread the bandwidth. Numerical results reveal that with the SPM effect, the bandwidth can be enhanced 4 times more than the bandwidth without it, and the relaxation oscillation frequency of the chaotic laser is increased to 2.56 times more than that of the laser without the fiber path. The enhancement of the chaotic bandwidth can be extended by increasing the optical fiber length, the coupling-feedback ratio, the mirror reflectance and the second order nonlinear coefficient affect. More... »

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1007-1012

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Science Bulletin

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11

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55

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