Abstract

Periodically patterned second-order nonlinearities are created in optical fibers by thermal poling in vacuo. Cw quasi-phase-matched frequency conversion to the blue is demonstrated. The measured bandwidth, 0.78 nm cm, is close to the theoretical prediction.

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