Abstract

We present results of what is to our knowledge the first experimental demonstration of simultaneous optical wavelength interchange by use of a two-dimensional second-order nonlinear photonic crystal. Fabrication and performance parameters of a 1535–1555-nm wavelength interchange nonlinear photonic crystal fabricated in lithium niobate are discussed.

© 2001 Optical Society of America

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