Abstract

We show that the Talbot effect can be used to increase the gain of two-wave mixing in a stack of thin nonlinear media. We demonstrate that a large gain enhancement is achieved for a few nonlinear elements, provided that they are placed at distances that satisfy Talbot recurrences.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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