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Short-pulse grating formation in photorefractive materials

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1 Author(s)
Valley, G.C. ; Hughes Space and Communications Company, Los Angeles, CA, USA

Solutions are obtained for the refractive index grating in a photorefractive material in which the writing or erasing beams are short-pulse (less than tens of nanoseconds), high-irradiance (greater than kW/cm2) lasers. The response of the photorefractive material is modeled using the continuity equation for the charge carriers, a rate equation for the ions, a current equation, and Poisson's equation for the space charge field. Two cases are discussed in detail: 1) the time for recombination of carriers with ions is much less than the pulse length of the laser; and 2) the recombination, drift, and diffusion times are all much longer than the pulse length. The energy requirements for short-pulse writing and erasing are greater than or equal to those obtained for typical CW lasers in all cases investigated. Application to previous observations in BaTiO3, Bi12SiO20, and LiNbO3is discussed.

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Quantum Electronics, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:19 ,  Issue: 11 )

Date of Publication:

Nov 1983

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