Difference frequency generation (DFG) is an attractive method for wavelength conversion in wavelength division multiplexed (WDM) optical networks.1 DFG-based devices have been demonstrated successfully in quasiphasematched (QPM) AlGaAs- and LiNbO33,4 waveguides.

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