Abstract

The effects of fluctuation associated with chaotic fields on degenerate four-wave mixing are studied. The chaotic field phase conjugates more efficiently than the single-mode coherent light for both weak and strong fields, the reflectivity being enhanced by a factor of 2 in the former case. The fluctuations are also shown to have a significant effect on reflectivity as a function of detuning.

© 1983 Optical Society of America

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