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Theory of Phase-Locking of Large Multistable Fiber Amplifier Array Coupled in an External Cavity

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The transmission characteristic of a fiber amplifier array is shown to be a multivalued function of pump power, analogous to a passive etalon with Kerr nonlinearity (Felber et al, APL, 1976), of which highest gain solutions possess robust phase-locking.

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