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  • Integrated Photonics Research
  • OSA Technical Digest (Optica Publishing Group, 1998),
  • paper IMH9

Master-slave configuration for VCSEL synchronisation

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The possibility of implementing secure optical communication systems based on chaotic data encryption has recently stimulated interest in controlling and synchronising chaotic dynamics in lasers [1] and, in particular, in semiconductor lasers [2-4] where chaos control techniques can also be used for ensuring immunity to coherence collapse [5].

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