Experimental Evidence of Slow Spiking Rate in a Semiconductor Laser by Electro-optical Feedback: Generation and Control
We report on experimental evidence of generation and control of low spiking events in a semiconductor laser. An experiment has been carried on a semiconductor laser with an electro-optic feedback, set in a parameter range where chaos occurs. The feedback is modulated by 1 kHz and 10 kHz, frequencies, 50mV amplitudes. The dependence of the injected current on the feedback fraction is observed.
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