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Modelling the effects of loss and fabrication error for second harmonic generation in semiconductor waveguides

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Abstract

Compact and robust solid state devices emitting short and coherent wavelengths in the mid infra red are a cost effective way of obtaining new wavelengths which are important in data storage, laser printing, wavelength division multiplexing and all-optical switching applications.

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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