Abstract

Radiative renormalization has been used to deduce and describe electromagnetically induced transparency succinctly in four-wave mixing for both one and two strong fields. We find both additive and nested renormalization terms and give a prescription for obtaining renormalized expressions starting from perturbation theory solutions. The advantages of using a second strong field are also discussed.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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