Abstract

Photorefractive BaTiO3 is one of the most commonly used crystals in performing nonlinear beam coupling, self- pumped and mutually pumped phase conjugations.1 Special cut crystals allow accessing the optimum coupling angles that yield superior performance in coherent amplification, optical image processing, and self-pumped phase conjugation.2,3

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