Four-Wave Mixing as a Means of Studying

Prior Y., Ben-Reuven A. (1985) Four-Wave Mixing as a Means of Studying Intracollision Dynamics — A Theoretical Study. In: Hänsch T.W., Shen Y.R. (eds) Laser Spectroscopy VII. Springer Series in Optical Sciences, vol 49. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi/10.1007/978-3-540-39664-2_67. DOI https://doi/10.1007/978-3-540-39664-2_67

OSA Two-wave mixing by means of dynamic Bragg

S. Stepanov, E. Hernández, and M. Plata, "Two-wave mixing by means of dynamic Bragg gratings recorded by saturation of absorption in erbium-doped fibers,"

Four-wave mixing with matter waves Nature

1999-3-18  One of the first applications of nonlinear optics was the multi-wave mixing 1, 2 of several optical fields in a nonlinear medium (one in which the refractive index

X-ray and optical wave mixing Nature

2012-8-29  2012-8-29  X-ray wave mixing provides a way to probe the valence charge density in a material. It can be used to probe both the initial perturbation of a light-driven process as

All-optical signal reshaping by means of four-wave

Abstract: It is experimentally demonstrated that the four-wave mixing (FWM) effect in an optical fiber can be exploited to achieve all-optical reshaping. The injection of a signal and a strong continuous-wave (CW) pump into a common dispersion-shifted fiber results in several wavelength-converted replicas of the signal.

Four Wave Mixing In DWDM Optical System

2001-5-6  Four-wave mixing transfers’ energy from a strong pump wave to two waves up shifted and downshifted in frequency from the pump frequency ω1. If only the pump wave is incident at the fibre, and the phase-matching condition is satisfied, the Stokes and anti-Stokes waves at the frequencies ω3 and ω4 can be generated from noise.

Four-Wave Mixing as a Means of Studying

Four-Wave Mixing as a Means of Studying Intracollision Dynamics A Theoretical Study

Two-Step degenerate four-wave mixing as a means to

The use of crossed beam 2-Step Degenerate Four-Wave Mixing (2S-DFWM) for decreasing pre- and post-filtering effects under optically thick conditions has been investigated. 2S-DFWM is a technique in which the DFWM process is performed between two excited states of which the lower one is populated by an ordinary laser excitation from a low lying, highly populated state.

Four Wave Mixing control in a photonic molecule

2019-1-23  Stimulated Four Wave Mixing (FWM), that is the all-optical, coherent energy transfer of a Signal wave into an Idler wave by means of two auxiliary Pump waves 1, has been extensively studied for

Bandwidth enhancement of inter-modal four wave

2018-12-11  Four-wave mixing (FWM), the parametric interaction of electromagnetic waves mediated by the χ (3) susceptibility, has a broad range of applications in the field of optical communications. For a given configuration of input frequencies, FWM processes typically result in the creation of fields at new frequencies, commonly referred to as idlers.

Four Wave Mixing control in a photonic molecule

2019-1-23  Stimulated Four Wave Mixing (FWM), that is the all-optical, coherent energy transfer of a Signal wave into an Idler wave by means of two auxiliary Pump waves 1, has been extensively studied for

Two-Step degenerate four-wave mixing as a means to

The use of crossed beam 2-Step Degenerate Four-Wave Mixing (2S-DFWM) for decreasing pre- and post-filtering effects under optically thick conditions has been investigated. 2S-DFWM is a technique in which the DFWM process is performed between two excited states of which the lower one is populated by an ordinary laser excitation from a low lying, highly populated state.

Characterization and Optimization of Four-Wave-Mixing

2019-11-5  Characterization and Optimization of Four-Wave-Mixing Wavelength Conversion Journal of Lightwave Technology ( IF 4.288) Pub Date : 2019-08-05, DOI: 10.1109/jlt.2019.2933226 Pawel Marcin Kaminski, Francesco Da Ros, Edson Porto da Silva, Minhao Pu, Metodi P. Yankov, Elizaveta Semenova, Kresten Yvind, Anders T. Clausen, Soren Forchhammer, Leif K. Oxenløwe, Michael Galili

Phase conjugation and four-wave mixing in a colloidal

We demonstrate phase conjugation by means of degenerate four-wave mixing from a colloidal crystal. The nonlinear medium is provided by a periodic spatial refractive index grating created in a colloidal suspension of dielectric microparticles trapped in the intensity distribution of two nearly copropagating interfering laser beams.

Quantum Frequency Conversion by Four-wave Mixing

Two theoretical models for frequency conversion (FC) using nondegenerate four-wave mixing are compared, and their range of validity are discussed. Quantum-statepreserving FC allows for arbitrary reshaping of states for an appropriate pump selection.

Two-pump four-wave mixing in silicon waveguides for

2020-7-29  Two-pump four-wave mixing in silicon waveguides for broadband wavelength conversion Shiming Gao *a,b, Lizhong Cao a, En-Kuang Tien b, Yuewang Huang b, Qiang Liu a, Qi Song b, Salih K. Kalyoncu b, Sailing He a, Ozdal Boyraz b aCentre for Optical and Electromagnetic Resear ch, State Key Laborator y of Modern Optical Instrumentation, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou 310058, China

Entangled Images from Four-Wave Mixing Science

2008-7-25  Two beams of light can be quantum mechanically entangled through correlations of their phase and intensity fluctuations. For a pair of spatially extended image-carrying light fields, the concept of entanglement can be applied not only to the entire images but also to their smaller details. We used a spatially multimode amplifier based on four-wave mixing in a hot vapor to produce twin images

Mixing Efficiency for Breaking Internal Solitary Waves

The wave celerity, indeed, represents a scaling factor for the wave energy (see Equation 17) and, consequently, for the mixing efficiency (see Equation 26). This means that for faster waves, lower values for the mixing efficiency will occur.

Broad wavelength generation and conversion with

Both the generation and conversion can be accomplished by means of Four Wave Mixing (FWM). FWM is a nonlinear optical process in which two pump photons at frequency are converted into signal and idler photons at frequencies and ω/ respectively (with ω I /ω S). In the particular case of wavelength conversion, FWM is stimulated by a seed wave

Estimating the Mean Diapycnal Mixing Using a

2015-4-1  The means are identical to the profiles shown in Fig. 5. Agreement within a factor of 2 or 3 is designated by the gray bands. exception see Polzin et al. (2014)], the resulting transport is of the opposite sign than what we expect from internal wave mixing and only results in a small amount of energy dissipation (Schmitt 2003). In these

Four Wave Mixing control in a photonic molecule

2019-1-23  Stimulated Four Wave Mixing (FWM), that is the all-optical, coherent energy transfer of a Signal wave into an Idler wave by means of two auxiliary Pump waves 1, has been extensively studied for

Impact of wave mixing of the upper ocean in climate

Impact of wave mixing of the upper ocean in climate modelling. / Babanin, Alexander V.; Haus, Brian K.; Ganopolski, Andrey; Phillips, William R.C. 19th Australasian Coastal and Ocean Engineering Conference 2009 and the 12th Australasian Port and Harbour Conference 2009, COASTS and PORTS 2009. 2009. p. 562-568 (19th Australasian Coastal and Ocean Engineering Conference 2009 and the 12th

Characterization and Optimization of Four-Wave-Mixing

2019-11-5  Characterization and Optimization of Four-Wave-Mixing Wavelength Conversion Journal of Lightwave Technology ( IF 4.288) Pub Date : 2019-08-05, DOI: 10.1109/jlt.2019.2933226 Pawel Marcin Kaminski, Francesco Da Ros, Edson Porto da Silva, Minhao Pu, Metodi P. Yankov, Elizaveta Semenova, Kresten Yvind, Anders T. Clausen, Soren Forchhammer, Leif K. Oxenløwe, Michael Galili

Phase conjugation and four-wave mixing in a colloidal

We demonstrate phase conjugation by means of degenerate four-wave mixing from a colloidal crystal. The nonlinear medium is provided by a periodic spatial refractive index grating created in a colloidal suspension of dielectric microparticles trapped in the intensity distribution of two nearly copropagating interfering laser beams.

Two-pump four-wave mixing in silicon waveguides for

2020-7-29  Two-pump four-wave mixing in silicon waveguides for broadband wavelength conversion Shiming Gao *a,b, Lizhong Cao a, En-Kuang Tien b, Yuewang Huang b, Qiang Liu a, Qi Song b, Salih K. Kalyoncu b, Sailing He a, Ozdal Boyraz b aCentre for Optical and Electromagnetic Resear ch, State Key Laborator y of Modern Optical Instrumentation, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou 310058, China

Spatial vortex four-wave mixing in a five-level atomic

2021-3-30  Abstract. We propose a scheme for modulating the spatial vortex four-wave mixing (FWM) in a five-level atomic system. During nonlinear FWM process, we find the FWM field can be easily manipulated by adjusting the corresponding parameters. Practically, the vortex phase can be spatially modulated. Thus, our results may be helpful to study

Entangled Images from Four-Wave Mixing Science

2008-7-25  Two beams of light can be quantum mechanically entangled through correlations of their phase and intensity fluctuations. For a pair of spatially extended image-carrying light fields, the concept of entanglement can be applied not only to the entire images but also to their smaller details. We used a spatially multimode amplifier based on four-wave mixing in a hot vapor to produce twin images

Quantum Frequency Conversion by Four-wave Mixing

Two theoretical models for frequency conversion (FC) using nondegenerate four-wave mixing are compared, and their range of validity are discussed. Quantum-statepreserving FC allows for arbitrary reshaping of states for an appropriate pump selection.

Broad wavelength generation and conversion with

Both the generation and conversion can be accomplished by means of Four Wave Mixing (FWM). FWM is a nonlinear optical process in which two pump photons at frequency are converted into signal and idler photons at frequencies and ω/ respectively (with ω I /ω S). In the particular case of wavelength conversion, FWM is stimulated by a seed wave

Estimating the Mean Diapycnal Mixing Using a

2015-4-1  The means are identical to the profiles shown in Fig. 5. Agreement within a factor of 2 or 3 is designated by the gray bands. exception see Polzin et al. (2014)], the resulting transport is of the opposite sign than what we expect from internal wave mixing and only results in a small amount of energy dissipation (Schmitt 2003). In these