Abstract

The theory of the parametric interaction of the Stokes–anti-Stokes components of scattering in a laser cavity in a dissipative medium at the phase mismatch in the constant-intensity approximation is developed. In this approximation the reverse reaction of the excited wave on the pumping-wave phase is taken into account. The analytical expression for the threshold amplitude of pumping at the parametric amplification by the running wave and the optimal phase relationship for the effective intracavity conversion of frequency are obtained.

© 2001 Optical Society of America

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