Advances in femtosecond single-crystal sum-frequency generating optical parametric oscillators
Köprülü, Kahraman G.
Proceedings of the Nonlinear Optics'98: Materials, Fundamentals and Applications Topical Meeting, IEEE 1998
215 - 217
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The effect of compensating the group velocity mismatch between the orthogonal pump components on the conversion efficiency of the optical parametric oscillators (OPOs) was investigated. A femtosecond single-crystal sum-frequency generating optical parametric oscillators (OPO) based on a Ti:sapphire laser pumped KTiOPO4 crystal was used. presented. The crystal was phase matched for a specific signal wavelength corresponding to the operational wavelength of the laser. The crystal was also phase-matched for the sum-frequency generations (SFG) of the pump and the signal beams yielded a blue output beam. The conversion efficiency of the OPOs increased by compensating the group velocity mismatch.
Optical frequency conversion
Runge Kutta methods
Solid state lasers
Non-critical phase matching (NCPM)
Sum-frequency generation (SFG)
Optical parametric oscillators
Published Version (Please cite this version)https://doi.org/10.1109/NLO.1998.710262
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