Abstract

Optical feedback from a BaTiO3 passive phase-conjugate reflector into an untuned cw ring dye laser can narrow the linewidth to 1.3 GHz. Self-scanning effects are also observed. The linewidth results are interpreted in terms of spatial hole burning and longitudinal-mode competition.

© 1985 Optical Society of America

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