Five-wave Bragg weakly-coupled states, originating with a three-phonon non-collinear light scattering in square-law nonlinear crystals, are uncovered. The localization conditions and space-frequency distributions of their components are investigated theoretically and observed in tellurium dioxide crystal.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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