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Non-paraxial method for non-linear optical problems: far-infrared generation with depletion and diffraction

AuthorsLera, G.; Nieto Vesperinas, Manuel
Issue Date1989
PublisherInstitute of Physics Publishing
CitationJournal of Optics 20: 169-179 (1989)
AbstractA non-paraxial formulation of non-linear optical mixing is established. The method is based on the angular spectrum representation of wavefields, and considers depletion and birefringence effects for co-propagating beams. Applications for far-infrared generation by difference-frequency are made. The results are compared with those of the parametric and the paraxial approximations marking out their range of validity. © 1989
Identifiersdoi: 10.1088/0150-536X/20/4/003
issn: 0150-536X
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