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Near-infrared four-wave mixing with gain and self-starting oscillators with photorefractive GaAs

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We report high-reflectivity four-wave mixing in photorefractive GaAs:Cr crystals at 1.06 μm using a nearly degenerate interaction with an externally applied dc electric field (moving-grating recording mode). The highest reflectivities (R ≃ 5) are observed for the positive-readout configuration with cross-polarized pump beams. The variation in reflectivity with the pump-beam ratio is presented for two pump-beam polarization states and compared with theory. Self-starting optical resonators are also described.

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