Abstract

Magneto-optical phase conjugation was performed in a diluted magnetic photorefractive semiconductor crystal CdMnTe under an applied magnetic field. The magnetic field removes time-reversal symmetry and quenches orthogonal components of the phase-conjugate signal for selected field strengths. The experimental results as functions of magnetic field and incident polarization angle are in good agreement with coupled-mode theory with transmission gratings during magneto-photorefractive mixing.

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