Abstract

A self-pumped phase conjugator is demonstrated that operates over a wide field of view, phase conjugates separate images without cross talk, and when pumped by one incident beam will self-oscillate with mirrors placed in all four quadrants. The phase conjugator uses a single crystal of BaTiO3.

© 1983 Optical Society of America

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