Abstract

We have produced bright tunable squeezed light by second-harmonic generation in a singly resonant cavity. We have investigated the effect of input coupling and fundamental power on the squeezing. Up to 400  mW of continuous-wave mode-locked tunable squeezed light was produced at wavelengths as short as 389  nm, and more than 1.5  dB of squeezing was inferred.

© 1997 Optical Society of America

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