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Birefringence in Polarization Insensitive Semiconductor-Optical Amplifiers: Influence on Four-Wave Mixing

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Abstract

Birefringence in polarization insensitive semiconductor-optical amplifiers is investigated by four-wave mixing. Experimental and theoretical data for detunings up to 6 THz are presented.

© 1997 Optical Society of America

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