Abstract

Second-order nonlinear interaction between an unknown field propagating in a thin-film optical waveguide and a high-intensity beam falling from outside is applied to bring out information about frequency, intensity, and type of guided modes as well as about their time-dependence character.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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