Coherent coupling of pulsed dye oscillators using nonlinear phase conjugation

White, Jeffrey O.; Valley, George C.; McFarlane, Ross A.
April 1987
Applied Physics Letters;4/6/1987, Vol. 50 Issue 14, p880
Academic Journal
We have obtained coherent operation of multiple pulsed dye oscillators by using a single phase conjugate mirror as a common end mirror for up to three physically distinct cavities. The phase conjugate mirror operates via the photorefractive effect in a crystal of BaTiO3, through a four-wave mixing process that requires no external pumping beams. The system has been operated in both a narrow-band (0.05 nm) and a broadband (0.25 nm) configuration.


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