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Inherent Limitations in Mid-Wave and Long-Wave-IR Upconversion Detector

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Abstract

Inherent limitations in terms of optical losses, selection of nonlinear crystal(s), detection efficiency and pumping conditions in mid-wave (3-5 µm) and long-wave (8-12 µm) infrared frequency upconversion modules are investigated in this paper.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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