Abstract

We show numerically the mutual dragging and locking together of intense fundamental and second-harmonic light beams propagating in second-order nonlinear media, and we discuss the potential applications of such effects for the steering of beams by spatial phase modulation of the input signals.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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