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학술지 Determination of the Optimum Resonance Length Leading to the Global Maximum Intensity of a Wave in a Resonator
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저자
김종배
발행일
201006
출처
Journal of the Korean Physical Society, v.58 no.6, pp.1591-1598
ISSN
0374-4884
출판사
한국물리학회
DOI
https://dx.doi.org/10.3938/jkps.58.1591
초록
A theoretical study is proposed to determine an optimum resonance length that leads to a global maximum of the wave intensity among a large number of local maxima of the intensity corresponding to local resonance lengths satisfying a resonant condition. From resonating a second-harmonic wave under the established condition of the resonant feedback and the no-resonant feedback, the intensity distributions of a resonant-harmonic wave in the second-harmonic generation and a converted wave in the cascaded difference frequency generation are analyzed. In the second-order nonlinear processes in the resonant structure, each of the distributions shows that a global maximum intensity exists at the optimum resonance length due to the balance between the accumulation gain and the propagation loss and that the optimum resonance length shortens as the wave intensity increases in the resonator.
KSP 제안 키워드
Intensity distributions, Nonlinear Processes, Propagation loss, Resonant structure, Second Harmonic Generation, Second-harmonic wave, Theoretical Study, Wave intensity, cascaded difference frequency generation, local maxima, local resonance