Abstract

We observed simultaneous red, green and blue light generated from periodically poled lithium niobate pumped with single picosecond laser. This process could be realized by a broadband design of the optical parametric generation of participating infrared frequencies. Pumping wavelength, pulse width, and quasi-phase-matching period were important parameters for this design.

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