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Optically triggered oscillators based on wave coupling in a semiconductor optical amplifier

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Various aspects of nonlinearities in semiconductor optical amplifiers have been investigated over the years. In many cases, the amplifier nonlinearities play adverse roles [1] while in others, they form the basis for a variety of all optical signal manipulation schemes [2].

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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