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Continuous-wave backward frequency doubling in periodically poled lithium niobate
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FIG. 1.

Normalized SHG efficiency (a) vs FF wavelength and (b) temperature for an input power of 0.7 mW; (c) parabolic trend of the generated SH vs FF input power at the QPM resonant wavelength. The solid lines are from the model; the dashed lines connecting data points are guides to the eye.

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FIG. 2.

Set-up for BSHG measurements. HWP stands for half wave plate and OSA for optical spectrum analyzer. Additional filters are not shown.

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FIG. 3.

(a) Normalized BSHG conversion efficiency vs FF wavelength for 29th and 30th QPM orders: data (circles) are compared with the predicted tuning for effective QPM lengths of 0.5 mm (solid lines) and 3 mm (dashed lines). (b) Calculated normalized conversion efficiency vs duty-cycle for 29th (solid line) and 30th (dashed line) at their respective resonant wavelengths.

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FIG. 4.

(a) Measured (circles) and calculated (solid line) BSH output power vs FF excitation for the 30th resonant order. (b) Normalized conversion efficiency for the 30th BSHG order vs temperature: the input FF wavelength is 947.053 nm; the inset details a comparison between experimental data (circles) and the calculated resonant FF wavelength shift vs temperature (solid line).


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Scitation: Continuous-wave backward frequency doubling in periodically poled lithium niobate