Abstract

Feedback from a self-pumped BaTiO3 phase-conjugate reflector into an untuned cw dye laser produces substantial line narrowing (4–6 GHz) and generates a recurrent wavelength sweep from the rhodamine 6G peak at 618 nm to as far as 644 nm.

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