Abstract

We report a highly efficient self-pumped phase conjugation (SPPC) at near-infrared wavelengths with an undoped BaTiO3. A 80% SPPC reflectivity at 741 nm was achieved. We made a detailed investigation on the buildup process of the phase-conjugate signal. A possible mechanism for this highly efficient SPPC mirror is also discussed.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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