23 August 1983 Phase Conjugation By Brillouin Enhanced And Rayleigh Wing Induced Four Wave Mixing
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Abstract
It is shown that Brillouin enhanced 4 wave mixing can produce high reflection coefficients under certain conditions, and that this may be maximised by the presence of a non zero phase mismatch. However Rayleigh-Wing induced 4 wave mixing (which is associated with the optical Kerr effect) shows no such enhancement, and any phase mismatch only causes a further decrease in the reflectivity.
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A. M. Scott, A. M. Scott, } "Phase Conjugation By Brillouin Enhanced And Rayleigh Wing Induced Four Wave Mixing", Proc. SPIE 0365, Adaptive Optics Systems and Technology, (23 August 1983); doi: 10.1117/12.934212; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.934212
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