Animation of the evolution of the output fundamental beam pattern with changing phase-mismatch, ∆kL, and fixed intensity. Authors investigate both theoretically and experimentally the properties of the multi-quadratic-soliton generation process near and on phase-match in non-critically-phase-matched, periodically poled, potassium titanyl phosphate. [See article by Polyakov et al. Fig. 8 for details.]
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