Abstract

Second-harmonic generation of ultrashort pulses in the sufficiently chirped quasi-phase-matching (QPM) gratings is shown to obtain conversion efficiency approaching 100% with increasing pump intensities, and the wide bandwidth of the pulses is also preserved.

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