Abstract

Broadband frequency doubling of an infrared supercontinuum is demonstrated. This unconventional Second Harmonic Generation process is obtained in a PPLN crystal excited along its Z axis, thanks to nonlinear Cerenkov and Raman-Nath interactions.

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