The first use of cerium-doped Sr0.6Ba0.4Nb2O6as a broadband self-pumped phase-conjugate mirror using internal reflection is reported. The phase-conjugate reflectivity at normal incidence ranged from two percent at 442 nm to seven percent at 515 nm and was zero at 633 nm. The electron-hole competition was found to be significant and had a wavelength dependence in one sample but not the other. The charge carrier density was cm-3and was wavelength in-dependent. The absorption coefficient ranged from 2 cm-1at the shorter the wavelengths to zero at longer wavelengths. The dispersion in the indexes of refraction was measured and the birefringence was -0.036. The sign of the dominant charge carriers was determined to be negative and the sign of the electrooptic coefficient, r33, was positive. Using the above values, a wavelength dependent coupling coefficient has been determined. The experimental results indicate that the phaseconjugate reflectivity decreases at shorter wavelengths due to increased absorptive losses and experiences a threshold effect at longer wavelengths.