Abstract

We report observation of phase conjugation by stimulated Brillouin scattering using KrF-laser radiation (248 nm). The backscattered signal consists of both phase-conjugate and non-phase-conjugate components, which have different temporal behavior. This phase-conjugate Brillouin mirror has been used in a double-pass KrF laser-amplifier system, and as an element in a KrF-laser resonator, to compensate for aberrations and to produce a diffraction-limited output beam.

© 1982 Optical Society of America

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