Abstract

The possibility of nonunidirectional energy transfer from the pump wave to the signal waves under symmetric three-wave mixing in bismuth silicon oxide (Bi12SO20) crystal is shown. Influence of the value of the external square-wave electric field on this effect is analyzed.

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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