Abstract

The Maker fringes technique is extended to the case of nonlinear media with one-dimensional second-order nonlinear susceptibility modulation. For broadband radiation, second harmonic intensity oscillates in both spectral and angular domains, which can be considered random spectrally resolved Maker fringes. A theoretical approach is developed for modeling the second-harmonic generation in such domain structures, and the calculations are in excellent agreement with experimental results.

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