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Directly modulated semiconductor laser having reduced chirp

Image Number 4 for United States Patent #6115403.

In accordance with the present invention, an in-line fiber Bragg grating is coupled to the output of a directly modulated DFB laser. The grating preferably rejects chirp induced frequencies of light emitted by the DFB laser. Accordingly, light transmitted through the grating is spectrally narrowed and has a higher extinction ratio, thereby decreasing bit error rate probabilities.

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