Abstract

We present a compact experimental realization of the interaction among five field modes in a χ2 nonlinear crystal. The classical evolution of the fields can be analytically described assuming that two of the fields play the role of nondepleted pumps. A peculiar behavior appears that has been experimentally verified. If one of the fields has a nonzero input amplitude, then the other two fields at the output are holographic replicas of the input signal.

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Maria Bondani, Alessia Allevi, Emiliano Puddu, Alessandra Andreoni, Alessandro Ferraro, and Matteo G. A. Paris, "Properties of two interlinked χ(2) interactions in noncollinear phase matching: erratum," Opt. Lett. 29, 1417-1417 (2004)
https://www.osapublishing.org/ol/abstract.cfm?uri=ol-29-12-1417

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