Abstract

An analytic expression is derived for the Bragg diffraction of a Gaussian probe beam by a weak crossed-Gaussian volume grating. The volume grating itself is assumed to have been created by two other Gaussian excitation beams intersecting in a nonlinear medium.

© 1977 Optical Society of America

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