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Transversal mode transformation in reflective volume Bragg gratings, theory and experiments

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Abstract

We present a theoretical model describing finite beams incident at volume Bragg gratings and confirm it experimentally. Reflectivity decreases with increasing incidence angle and decreasing beam size, and the transmitted transversal mode profile is transformed.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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