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Sensitivity of single mode buried heterostructure lasers to reflected power at 274 Mbit/s

Sensitivity of single mode buried heterostructure lasers to reflected power at 274 Mbit/s

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The effect of optical feedback is measured for a regenerator operating at 1.3 μm and 274 Mbit/s and having a sensitivity of −37 dBm. When 1% (excluding reflection at the laser facet) of the launched beam is coupled back into the laser, then approximately a 0.7 dB increase in received power will be required to maintain a 10−9 bit error rate.

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      • O. Hirota , Y. Suematsu . Noise properties of injection lasers due to reflected waves. IEEE J. Quantum Electron. , 142 - 149
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      • Kobayashi, K.: `1.3 μm laser diode isolator module for a hybrid optical integrated circuit', MD3, Topical Meeting on integrated and guided wave optics, 1981, Nevada.
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