Abstract

Adiabatic frequency conversion, enabled by chirped-QPM technology, offers the potential to enhance conversion efficiency in nanosecond OPOs. We discuss this regime, and the design constraints that must be met to achieve high-quality and high-efficiency conversion.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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