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On-resonant phase-conjugate reflection and amplification at 10.6 μm in inverted CO2

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Abstract

We have obtained phase-conjugate reflection and amplification with an effective reflectivity exceeding unity by redirecting the output of a TEA CO2-laser oscillator into its own gain medium. The intense counterpropagating waves within the laser were coupled through the saturated gain medium to provide the nonlinearity in a process analogous to degenerate four-wave mixing.

© 1979 Optical Society of America

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