Abstract

Experiments on the properties of quadratic, two-dimensional spatial soliton properties in KNbO3 near and at noncritical phase matching (NCPM) are reported. The NCPM geometry leads to unique features such as a large angular bandwidth for soliton generation, weak dependence of soliton composition on intensity and incidence angle, and unique multisoliton-generation properties.

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