Abstract

Experimental observations of the self-pumped phase conjugation properties in a 0°-cut undoped pentagon-shaped BaTiO3 crystal are reported. Experiment shows that this phase conjugator produces a very steady phase-conjugate output with a higher value (~68%) and is insensitive to misalignment (angular and positional variations). The data also shows that one detailed image is phase conjugated and it was found that the 17 µm feature could be clearly resolved.

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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