Abstract

A model is developed for the analysis of degenerate n-wave mixing in a saturable absorber, using holographic and nonlinear models simultaneously. The model is applied to both stationary and transient regimes. An experimental verification of the presence of a mixing of the gratings predicted by our model is also presented.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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