Nonlinear effects in optical fibres
This thesis presents a study of the nonlinear effects in optical
fibres brought about by the real part of the third-order susceptibility.
In single-mode fibres nonlinear interactions between parallel
polarized waves are shown to develop an amplitude-phase interplay when
generation and amplification of optical frequencies occur. For a given fibre
length the optimization of these processes requires a certain input relative
phase and a finite degree of phase mismatch.
A generalization of...[Show more]
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