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Modal evolution of induced second-harmonic light in an optical fiber

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Abstract

We show how the mode of the photoinduced second-harmonic light in an optical fiber changes with preparation time. We also discuss what type of nonlinear interaction can be causing the induced second-harmonic light and give experimental evidence that the initial second-harmonic light is a core–cladding interface effect.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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