Abstract

We report the observation of electromagnetically induced phase matching in collisionally broadened Pb vapor. At a critical intensity at which the Rabi frequency of a dressing 1064-nm laser overcomes the Doppler broadening of the vapor, the generated four-frequency-mixing signal at 283 nm increases in a steplike manner by a factor of 59.

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