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Features of noncollinear parametric generation light in LiNbO3 crystal pumped by the fundamental radiation of Nd:YAG laser
Author(s): N. V. Kondratiuk; A. A. Shagov; V. N. Belyi; A. Mashchenko; Yu. A. Bakhirkin; P. Philippow
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Paper Abstract

Theoretical and experimental studies the features of parametric generation light in LiNbO3 with non-collinear phase matching from non-collinear angle i23, i.e. angle between pump wave vector and resonant signal wave vector, are presented. It was shown that at the small angle i23<0,3 degrees four nonlinear processes can simultaneously take place: these processes are non-collinear parametric conversion of the 1.0642 micrometers into the signal and an idler waves; second-harmonic generation of the signal; non- collinear difference-frequency mixing of the doubled signal and the idler; parametric conversion of the doubled signal into new pair: the signal and an idler waves. It is shown that the maximum efficiency of non-collinear OPO takes place for tangential phase-matching at (formula available in paper). Spectral broadening of the signal wave of LiNbO3 non-collinear OPO was studied. Theoretically it is shown that the spectral bandwidth of the signal wave depends on the divergence of the signal wave.

Paper Details

Date Published: 23 March 2001
PDF: 7 pages
Proc. SPIE 4350, Laser Optics 2000: Solid State Lasers, (23 March 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.420957
Show Author Affiliations
N. V. Kondratiuk, Byelorussia Technical Academy (Belarus)
A. A. Shagov, SC Solar LS (Belarus)
V. N. Belyi, Institute of Physics (Belarus)
A. Mashchenko, Institute of Physics (Belarus)
Yu. A. Bakhirkin, NII Gazekonomica (Russia)
P. Philippow, NII Gazekonomica (Russia)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 4350:
Laser Optics 2000: Solid State Lasers
Vladimir I. Ustugov, Editor(s)

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