Abstract

The formation of efficient holographic second-harmonic generators in high-birefringence phosphorus-doped germanosilicate fibers is reported. The influence of optical polarization on the nonlinear writing and read-out processes is explored. Fiber birefringence permits phase-matched second-harmonic conversion at wavelengths within ±125 cm−1 (±14 nm) of the writing wavelength (1.064 μm).

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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