Diffraction of light
Diffraction of three-colour radiation on an acoustic wave
V. M. Kotov
Kotelnikov Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics, Fryazino Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences
We study acousto-optic Bragg diffraction of three-colour radiation having wavelengths of 488, 514 and 633 nm on a single acoustic wave propagating in a TeO2 crystal. A technique is developed that allows one to find diffraction regimes with a proportional change in the intensity of all radiations by varying the acoustic power. According to the technique, radiation with a maximum wavelength has to be in strict Bragg synchronism with the acoustic wave, while other radiations diffract during the synchronism detuning. The results obtained using this technique are experimentally confirmed.
acousto-optic diffraction, Bragg regime, three-colour laser radiation.
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Quantum Electronics, 2015, 45:7, 654–657
42.79.Jq, 78.20.Hp, 42.25.Fx
V. M. Kotov, “Diffraction of three-colour radiation on an acoustic wave”, Kvantovaya Elektronika, 45:7 (2015), 654–657 [Quantum Electron., 45:7 (2015), 654–657]
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