Phase conjugation of BaTiO[sub 3]:Ce by backward stimulated photorefractive scattering

Yong Zhu; Changxi Yang; Mengjun Hui; Xiaojuan Niu; Jinfeng Zhang; Tang Zhou
May 1994
Applied Physics Letters;5/2/1994, Vol. 64 Issue 18, p2341
Academic Journal
Presents self-pumped phase conjugator (SSPC) based on backward stimulated photorefractive scattering in barium titanate/cerium crystals. Details on reflectivities and image fidelity of phase-conjugate beam; Development of SSPC through high-gain photorefractive grating; Correlation between reflectivities and incident laser beam.


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