Abstract

High-phase-conjugate reflectivities of >800% have been achieved through degenerate four-wave mixing in a cw diode-side-pumped Nd:YVO4 amplifier. Reflectivity curves are shown as a function of input pump-beam intensity for three values of small-signal amplifier gain, and comparison is made with a numerical simulation.

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