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Amplified reflection, transmission, and self-oscillation in real-time holography

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Abstract

A theory of phase conjugation in asymmetric materials that allow a phase shift between the grating and the light-interference pattern is developed. We find that when this phase is nonzero, maximum phase-conjugate reflectivity occurs for unequal pump intensities. The conditions for self-oscillation are studied.

© 1981 Optical Society of America

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