Heterodyne optical communication sources must maintain narrow spectral widths across relatively broad tuning ranges. One of the most promising means of developing such sources1 is to use external cavities a centimeter or so in length, which may ultimately be integrated monolithically with the laser.

© 1989 Optical Society of America

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