Abstract

We show that implantation of electrons erases the second-order nonlinearity in thermally poled silica. This technique provides a versatile new means of realizing quasi-phase-matching structures for parametric frequency conversion in glass optical fibers and planar waveguides.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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