Abstract

Semiconductor ring lasers (SRLs) are a particular class of lasers whose cavity has a circular geometry. From a theoretical point of view, SRL attracted interest due to their intrinsic Z2 symmetry; on the other hand, the bistability between two counter-rotating modes makes SRLs ideal candidates to efficiently store bits of information in an all-optical way [1,2].

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